Editorial Panel

Editors

Shana Ginar da Silva

Marechal Deodoro 1160 3° piso zip code: 96020-220 Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Formal Education
2017-2018 – Postdoctoral researcher
Postgraduate Program in Epidemiology, Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil
Grant: National Council for Scientific and Technological Development
2013 - 2017 - PhD in Epidemiology
Postgraduate Program in Epidemiology, Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil
Grant: National Council for Scientific and Technological Development
Advisor: Pedro C Hallal, PhD
Thesis: Physical activity during pregnancy on maternal and child health: the 2015 Pelotas (Brazil) Birth Cohort
2010 – 2012 - Master’s Degree in Physical Education
Center of Sports, Federal University of Santa Catarina
Grant: Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel
Advisor: Markus V Nahas, PhD
Thesis: Perception of wellbeing and associated factors of industrial workers in Brazil
2008 – 2009 - Lato Sensu Degree in Research in Physical Education
School of Physical Education, Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil
Advisor: Marcelo Cozzensa, PhD
Thesis: Variables associated with leisure-time physical inactivity and main barriers to exercise among industrial workers in Southern Brazil
2004 – 2008 - Undergraduate Degree in Physical Education (March 2004 to December 2008)
School of Physical Education, Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil
Epidemiology
Maternal and child health
assisted technology reproduction
physical activity
Some research project experiences
1 - Center for Epidemiological Research at Federal University of Pelotas
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 Research project - “The 2015 Pelotas (Brazil) Birth Cohort: influence of early life
determinants in health outcomes” (since March 2014).
Summary: Follow-up of all mothers who will give birth to kids in the year 2015 in the city of
Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The study includes several objectives including analysis of
the influence and the determinants of physical activity during pregnancy on maternal and child
health using a early life approach, based on the measured level of physical activity by
accelerometry and self-report.
 Research project - “Effects of exercise training during pregnancy and outcomes
maternal and mother-child health outcomes: a randomized controlled trial (The PAMELA
Study) (since July 2014)
Summary: To evaluate the effectiveness of exercise training during pregnancy on maternal and
child health outcomes, through a randomized controlled trial nested in the 2015 Birth Cohort
Study, starting in September 2014 called PAMELA (Physically Active Mothers Enrolled in the
Longitudinal Analysis). Eligible women belonging to the birth cohort will be invited (between the
16th and 20th week of gestation) to be enrolled in the trial. After randomization, women will be
allocated into either one of these groups: control – 426 women who will keep their usual daily
activities; and intervention – 213 women who will engage in a PA program, 3 sessions a week
2 - Research Group on Physical Activity and Health, at the Federal University of Santa Catarina
 Research project – “Health risk behaviors Project (COMPAC) in youth of the Santa
Catarina State, Brazil” (March 2011 to September 2011):
Summary: The aim of this study is to investigate and compare aspects of lifestyle and the
presence of health risk behaviors in young Santa Catarina, after a decade. Specific objectives
include: (a) compare the prevalence of different lifestyle indicators in a representative sample of
young Santa Catarina (b) compare the prevalence of health risk behaviors presented by students
(c) Confronting the individual and environmental determinants of physical activity and other
behaviors between the two time periods; (d) check possible changes in the preferences of
moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary behaviors in this sample.

Organization of events
1. 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 2014.
More information about academic education, participation in events and courses, work experience, and
publications can be accessed at http://buscatextual.cnpq.br/buscatextual/visualizacv.do?id=K4113916P7
Some published papers in scientific journals
1. SILVA, KS; LOPES, AS; SILVA, SG; CABRAL, LA; HARDMAN, C; NAHAS, MV. Commuting to
school and to work among high school students in Santa Catarina State Brazil: a comparative
analysis between 2001 a 2011. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 2014.
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2. DEL DUCA, G.F; GARCIA, LMT; SILVA, SG; SILVA, KS; OLIVEIRA, ESA; BARROS, MV;
NAHAS, M. V. Clustering of physical inactivity in leisure, work, commuting, and household
domains: data from 47,477 industrial workers in Brazil. Journal of Physical Activity & Health,
2015.
3. BIELEMANN, RM; SILVA, BGC; COLL, CV; XAVIER, MO; SILVA, SG. The Impact of physical
activity on SUS: hospitalization costs for chronic diseases. Revista de Saúde Pública, 2015. [in
Portuguese]
4. SILVA, ICM; SANTIN-MEDEIROS, F; BERTAPELLI, F; COELHO, AS; SILVA, SG. Physical
activity and health research in Brazil: an overview about investment in projects and academic
grants. Revista Brasileira de Atividade Física e Saúde, v. 19, p. 271-332, 2014. [in Portuguese]
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5. SOUZA, AS; SILVA, SG; MIELKE, GI; HALLAL, PC. Time trends of physical activity and
sedentary behavior in Porto Alegre, Brazil: 2006-2012. Revista Brasileira de Atividade Física e
Saúde, v. 19, p. 514-522,2014. [in Portuguese]
6. SILVA, SG. ; DEL DUCA, G.F; SILVA, KS; OLIVEIRA, ESA; NAHAS, MV. Commuting to and
from work and factors associated among industrial workers from Southern Brazil. Revista de
Saúde Pública (USP) Impresso, v.46, p.180-184, 2012. [in Portuguese]
7. DEL DUCA, GF; SILVA, SG; THUMÉ, E; SANTOS, IS; HALLAL, PC. Predictive factors for
Institutionalization of the elderly: a case-control study. Revista de Saúde Pública, v. 46, p. 147-
153, 2012. [in Portuguese]
8. SILVA, SG; MINATTO, G; FARES, D; DEL DUCA, GF; NAHAS, MV. Evolution of the production
of epidemiological studies in the Graduate Program in Physical Education, Federal University of
Santa Catarina (PPGEF/UFSC). Revista Brasileira de Atividade Física e Saúde, v. 17, p. 22-27,
2012. [in Portuguese]
9. HOELFEMANN, LP; SILVA, KS; SILVA, SG; CABRAL, LA; LOPES, AS; NAHAS, MV. Lifestyle,
self-reported morbidities and poor sleep quality among Brazilian workers. Sleep Medicine
(Amsterdam. Print), v. 13, p. 1198-1201, 2012.
10. SCHERER, R. L.; SILVA, SG; KARASIAK, FC; PETROSKI, EL. Morphological profile of goalball
athletes. Motricidad (Granada), v. 28, p. 1-13, 2012.
11. SILVA, SG; SILVA, MC; NAHAS, MV; VIANA, SL. Variables associated with leisure-time physical
inactivity and main barriers to exercise among industrial workers in Southern Brazil. Cadernos de
Saúde Pública, v. 27, p. 249-259, 2011 [in Portuguese]
12. DEL DUCA, G.F; HALLAL, PC; SILVA, SG; NAHAS, MV; SILVA, MC. Functional disability in
older adults living in nursing homes. Revista Brasileira de Atividade Física e Saúde, v.16, p. 120-
124, 2011. [in Portuguese]
13. KNUTH, AG; BIELEMANN, RM; SILVA, SG; BORGES, TT; DEL DUCA, GF; KREMER, MM;
ROMBALDI, A; HALLAL, PC; AZEVEDO, MR. Public knowledge on the role of physical activity in
the prevention and treatment of diabetes and hypertension: a population-based study in southern
Brazil. Cadernos de Saúde Pública, v. 25, p. 513-520, 2009. [in Portuguese]

Francesco Valitutti, MD

Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellow Department of Pediatrics Sapienza, University of Rome
Barbato M, Maiella G, Di Camillo C, Guida S, Valitutti F, Lastrucci G, Mainiero F, Cucchiara C
“The anti-deamidated gliadin peptide antibodies unmask celiac disease in small children with chronic diarrhoea”
Dig Liver Dis 2011; 43:465-9
Di Nardo G, Oliva S, Barbato M, Aloi M, Midulla F, Roggini M, Valitutti F, Frediani S, Cucchiara S
“Argon plasma coagulator in a 2-month-old child with tracheoesophageal fistula”
Surg Endosc 2012; DOI 10.1007/s00464-012-2214-7 [Epub ahead of print]
Calasso M, Vincentini O, Valitutti F, Felli C, Gobbetti M, Di Cagno R.
“The sourdough fermentation may enhance the recovery from intestinal inflammation of coeliac patients at the early stage of the gluten-free diet.”
Eur J Nutr 2012; DOI: 10.1007/s00394-012-0303-y [Epub ahead of print]
La Scaleia R, Barba M, Di Nardo G, Bonamico M, Oliva S, Nenna R, Valitutti F, Mennini M, Barbato M, Montuori M, Porzia A, Petrarca L, Battella S, Cucchiara S, Piccoli M, Santoni A, Mainiero F and Palmieri G
“Size and dynamics of mucosal and peripheral IL-17A+ T cell pools in pediatric age, and their disturbance in celiac disease”
Mucosal Immunol 2012 [Epub ahead of print]
Valitutti F, Barbato M, Cucchiara S. “Screening celiac disease in at-risk groups: what’s the impact of diagnosis on the perceived health of children and their families?” Jpgn 2012; 55:365
Valitutti F, Di Nardo G, Barbato M, Aloi M, Celletti I, Trovato I, Pierdomenico M, Marcheggiano M, Cucchiara S. “Mapping celiac disease histologic patchiness by push enteroscopy” gastrointestinal endoscopy 2013 79:95-100
-Valitutti F, Barbato M, Cucchiara S.“Letter: Coeliac Disease And Ischaemic Heart Disease:A True Additional Risk Factor?”.aliment pharm & therap 2013 38:559
-Valitutti F, Trovato Cm, Barbato M, Cucchiara S. “letter: atherosclerosis and coeliac disease--another feature of the changing paradigm?”aliment pharmacol ther. 2013; 38:559.
-Valitutti F, Barbato M, Marcheggiano A, Di Nardo G, Leoni S, Iorfida D, Corazza Gr, Cucchiara S. “autoimmune enteropathy in a 13 year old celiac girl successfully treated with infliximab”. j clin gastroenterol 2014 48:264-6.
-Valitutti F, De Vitis I, Cucchiara S.” letter: follow-up practices in coeliac disease--intestinal biopsy after child-to-adult transition might be useful”. aliment pharmacol ther. 2014;39:234-5.
-Brera C, Debegnach F, De Santis B, Di Ianni S, Gregori E, Neuhold S, Valitutti F. “exposure assessment to mycotoxins in gluten-free diet for celiac patients”. food chem toxicol. 2014;69:13-7.
-Trovato Cm, Albanese Cv, Leoni S, Celletti I, Valitutti F, Cavallini C, Montuori M, Barbato M, Catalano C, Cucchiara S. “lack of clinical predictors for low mineral density in children with celiac disease”. j pediatr gastroenterol nutr. 2014
-Valitutti F, Oliva S, Iorfida D, Aloi M, Gatti S, Trovato CM, Montuori M, Tiberti A, Cucchiara S, Di Nardo G. Narrow band imaging combined with water immersion technique in the diagnosis of celiac disease. Dig Liver Dis. 2014
-Trovato CM, Montuori M, Anania C, Barbato M, Vestri AR, Guida S, Oliva S, Mainiero F, Cucchiara S, Valitutti F. Are ESPGHAN "Biopsy-Sparing" Guidelines for Celiac Disease also Suitable for Asymptomatic Patients? Am J Gastroenterol. 2015;110:1485-9.
- Borrelli O, Pescarin M, Saliakellis E, Tambucci R, Quitadamo P, Valitutti F, Rybak A, Lindley KJ, Thapar N. Sequential incremental doses of bisacodyl increase the diagnostic accuracy of colonic manometry. Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2016;28:1747-1755
-Tiberti C, Montuori M, Panimolle F, Trovato CM, Anania C, Valitutti F, Vestri AR, Lenzi A, Cucchiara S, Morano S. Screening for Type 1 Diabetes-, Thyroid-, Gastric-, and Adrenal-Specific Humoral Autoimmunity in 529 Children and Adolescents With Celiac Disease at Diagnosis Identifies as Positive in One of Every Nine Patients. Diabetes Care. 2016 [Epub ahead of print]
-Valitutti F, Trovato CM, Montuori M, Cucchiara S. Pediatric Celiac Disease: Follow-Up in the Spotlight. Adv Nutr. 2017; 8:356-361.
- Valitutti F, Iorfida D, Anania C, Trovato CM, Montuori M, Cucchiara S, Catassi C. Cereal Consumption among Subjects with Celiac Disease: A Snapshot for Nutritional Considerations. Nutrients 2017 ;9.

Alessandro de Oliveira

Professor Adjunto da Universidade Federal de São João del-Rei Departamento das Ciências da Educação Física e Saúde
Academic Formation and Titles:

2011 - 2014 Philosophical Doctor in Science of Nutrition.
Federal University of Viçosa, UFV, Vicosa, Brazil
Title: Circumferences and blood biomarkers: association with Metabolic Syndrome and cardiometabolic diseases in middle-aged men. Advisor: Antônio José Natali and Co-advisors: Helen Hermana Miranda Hermsdorff and Josefina Bressan.
2000 - 2001 Master Degree in Physical Education.
Federal University of Minas Gerais, UFMG, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Title: Effect of intensity of exercise and Título: Effect of exercise intensity and thermal environment on internal temperature and acute fatigue in rats. Advisor: Luiz Oswaldo Carneiro Rodrigues
1993 - 1997 Graduation in Physical Education.
Instituto Gammon College – FAGAMMON - Lavras – Minas Gerais – Brazil.

Professional Activities
Since 2006
Professor in Department of Sciences of Physical Education and Health
Federal University of Sao Joao del-Rei – Minas Gerais
Professor in Graduation of Physical Education
Credits: Exercise Physiology I and II, Epidemiology of Physical Activity, Sports Nutrition and Biometric.

Coordinator: Graduation of Physical Education
Federal University of Sao Joao del-Rei

Undergraduate

Professor in Physical Education Program, Department of Physical Education; Federal University of Lavras – in construct.
Professor in Interdisciplinary Program in Health, Society and Environment. Department of Medicine; Federal University of Sao Joao del-Rei – in construct
Publications (10 most relevant)

1. CANDIDO, B.A.; GOMES, B. M.; COTA, V. R.; de OLIVEIRA, A; DAMÁZIO, L.C.M. Analysis of the efficacy of two physical training protocols in the motor performance of rats. (2017) Journal of Biology, v.17, p.6 -12.
2. de OLIVEIRA, A; HERMSDORFF, HELEN HERMANA; COCATE, PAULA G; C. DOS SANTOS, ELIZIÁRIA; Bressan, Josefina; Natali, Antônio Jose. (2015). Accuracy of plasma interleukin-18 and adiponectin concentrations in predicting metabolic syndrome and cardiometabolic disease risk in middle-age Brazilian men. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism (Print). v. 40, 1-8.
3. SILVA, Márcia Ferreira; Natali, Antônio Jose; MOURA, Anselmo Gomes; BELFORT, Felipe Gomes; DRUMMOND, Filipe Rios; CUNHA, Daise Nunes Queiroz; de OLIVEIRA, A; ALBERICI, Luciane Carla, (2015) Attenuation of Ca2+ homeostasis, oxidative stress, and mitochondrial dysfunctions in diabetic rats heart: insulin therapy or aerobic exercise?. Journal of Applied Physiology (1985). v.119: 148-156.
4. COCATE, P. G.; NATALI, A. J.; ALFENAS, R. C. G.; DE OLIVEIRA, A.; DOS SANTOS, E. C.; HERMSDORFF, H. H. M. Carotenoid consumption is related to lower lipid oxidation and DNA damage in middle-aged men. British Journal of Nutrition. , v.1, p.1 - 8, 2015.
5. COCATE, P. G.; NATALI, A. J.; DE OLIVEIRA, A.; ALFENAS, R. C.; HERMSDORFF, H. H. M. Consumption of branched-chain amino acids is inversely associated with central obesity and cardiometabolic features in a population of Brazilian middle-aged men: Potential role of leucine intake. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging. , v.19, p.1 - 8, 2015.
6. COCATE, PAULA G.; NATALI, ANTÔNIO JOSÉ; de OLIVEIRA, Alessandro; LONGO, GIANA Z.; ALFENAS, RITA DE CÁSSIA G.; PELUZIO, MARIA DO CARMO G.; C. DOS SANTOS, ELIZIÁRIA; BUTHERS, JÉSSICA M.; DE OLIVEIRA, LEANDRO L.; HERMSDORFF, HELEN HERMANA M. (2014) Fruit and vegetable intake and related nutrients are associated with oxidative stress markers in middle-aged men. Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.). , v.30, p.660 – 665.
7. de OLIVEIRA, Alessandro; HERMSDORFF, H. H. M.; COCATE, P. G.; (2014) Bressan, Josefina; Novello, Alexandre Azevedo; SANTOS, Eliziaria Cardoso; Natali, Antônio Jose. The impact of serum uric acid on the diagnostic of metabolic syndrome in apparently healthy Brazilian middle-aged men. Nutrición Hospitalaria. , v.30, p.562 – 569.
8. Cocate, Paula Guedes; Natali, Antônio Jose; de OLIVEIRA, Alessandro; de OLIVEIRA, Alessandro; Peluzio, Maria do Carmo Gouveia; Zarpato, Giana Longo; Buthers, Jéssica Miranda; SANTOS, Eliziaria Cardoso; OLIVEIRA, Leandro Licursi de; Alfenas, Rita de Cássia Gonçalves (2014). Usual dietary glycemic load is associated with cardiometabolic risk factors in physically active Brazilian middle-aged men. Nutrición Hospitalaria. , v.29, p.441 – 451.
9. de OLIVEIRA, Alessandro; COCATE, PAULA G; HERMSDORFF, HELEN HERMANA; Bressan, Josefina; DE SILVA, MATEUS FREITAS; RODRIGUES, JOEL ALVES; NATALI, ANTÔNIO JOSÉ Waist circumference measures: cutoff analyses to detect obesity and cardiometabolic risk factors in a Southeast Brazilian middle-aged men population - a cross-sectional study. Lipids in Health and Disease., v.13, p.141 - , 2014.
10. Cocate, Paula Guedes; de OLIVEIRA, Alessandro; Hermsdorff, Helen Hermana Mirande; ALFENAS, R. C. G.; AMORIM, P. R. S.; Zarpato, Giana Longo; Peluzio, Maria do Carmo Gouveia; FARIA, F. R.; Natali, Antônio Jose. Benefits and relationship of steps walked per day to cardiometabolic risk factor in Brazilian middle-aged men. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. , v.x, p.1-5 - , 2013.

Des Bharti, MD, FAAP, MBA

Professor of Pediatrics Quillen College of Medicine East Tennessee State University USA
Experience

May 2004 to Date Professor, Department of Pediatrics, East Tennessee State University and Adjunct Clinical Professor of Ob/GYN, ETSU
2005 to Date Director, SW Virginia CME Conference Committee
July 1996 to April 2004 Associate Professor of Pediatrics, ETSU
July 1990 to June 1995 Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, ETSU
July 1989 to June1990 Attending Neonatologist, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Queens Hospital Center, New York.
Feb. 1989 to June 1989 Neonatologist, North Shore University Hospital, Cornell University Medical College, New York.
Feb.1987 to Jan. 1989 Neonatal Fellow, North Shore University Hospital, Cornell University Medical College, Manhasset, New York.
June 1984 to Jan. 1987 Pediatric Resident, Flushing Hospital Medical Center, New York.
July 1983 to May 1984 House Officer Ob/Gyn, Wyckoff Heights Hospital, Brooklyn NY.
Feb.1981 to March 1982 House Officer Pediatrics, Garyonis University, Benghazi.
March 1975 to Jan. 1981 Family Practice, India.
March 1974 to Feb. 1975 Resident Internal Medicine, India.
Awards
1973 University Medal for Outstanding Performance in Medical School
1993,1995,1997,1998 Dean's Teaching Awards, ETSU
2001, 2002 Nominated for Students Teaching award
1998, 1999 Physician Recognition Award, American Medical Association
2000-20002 American Academy of Pediatrics CME/CPD Award
2009-2011 American Academy of Pediatrics CME/CPD Award
2010 State of Tennessee gave 20 years’ service appreciation award

Medical Licensure
NY #172004, Granted in Aug., 1987 (presently inactive)
TN # MD 20730, Granted in June 1990 (active)
UPIN# E75479
VA Medicaid # 6745466
TennCare Medicaid # 3055700, BlueCare 111481

Certification
1989 Diplomate of American Board of Pediatrics (#38672)
1991 Diplomate of Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine (#2235)
1999 Re-Certified, Diplomate Of American Board Of Pediatrics
1999 Re-Certified, Diplomate of Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine
2005 Re-Certified, Diplomate of Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine
2000 MBA Degree from ETSU


Professional Affiliations: AAP, TN chapter of AAP

Hospital Affiliations:
Mountain States Health Alliance Hospitals Including Johnson City Medical center Hospital, Franklin Woods Communities Hospital, Indian Path Medical center in Kingsport, TN.

Additional Qualifications
MBA from East Tennessee State University, 2000 (With Emphasis on Health Related Fields).

Dr. Hala Mohamed Abdel Halim Assem

Professor in Pediatrics Faculty of Medicine Alexandria University Alexandria, Egypt
Currently, Dr. Hala Mohamed Abdel Halim Assem is Professor of Pediatrics at the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt since 2003. For 4 years(2011 to 2015) I have been working also as the Professor in Pediatrics at the Faculty of Medicine, Beirut Arab University, Beirut, Lebanon teaching all Pediatrics by the integrated system and with PBL. I am teaching Pediatric Medicine to both undergraduate and postgraduate medical students at the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University and in University Hospitals (1985-till now) as well as Nursing students at the Faculty of Health Sciences, BAU (2011, 2012). I attended many workshops about medical education, PBL, and accreditation. I received my Bachelors (1982) and Doctorate (1993) in Pediatrics from the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, passed American Qualifying Certificate, USA (ECFMG) examination in 1982 and worked as a fellow at Louisiana State University, Louisiana, USA (LSU) (1988-1990). In addition, I worked as the Head of the department of Clinical Medicine at Faculty of Medicine, Beirut Arab University (2013-2014) and head of pediatric hematology/Oncology and genetics unit, department of pediatrics, Alexandria university (2015-2018). Consultant in Pediatrics, Al- Hayat Clinic, Kuwait (2005-2007), and I worked as an Assistant Professor in Pediatrics (1998-2003), Lecturer in Pediatrics (1993-1998), Assistant Lecturer in Pediatrics (1987-1993), resident in Pediatrics (1982-1985) at Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University.
General pediatrics, Pediatric Hematology/oncology, diabetes, and pediatric nutrition.
Awards
Alexandria University Scientific Encouragement Award, 2001.
Assem HM, Moghazi K, Yousef M,Shaaban R. Study of bone denisity 25-hydroxy vitamin D and parathyroid hormone in children with sickle cell disease. Accepted for publication 26/2/2018 Alex Journal of Pediatrics.
*Assem HM. Nursing care of infants and children with bronchiolitis. Pe¬diatr Neonatal Nurs Open J. 2015; 2(1): 43-49.
Abd-Elgawad MM, Assem HM, Elbordiny MM. Evaluation of hepatitis B vaccine seroprotection in healthy and polytransfused Egyptian children with B-thalassemia. Egyptian Liver Journal, January 2015; 5 (1) : 1-27.
Moez PS, Farahat N, Hassab H, Assem H. Detection of Hemoglobin F in β Thalassemic Patients by HPLC, Flow cytometry and Electrophoresis: A comparative study. The Egyptian Journal of Hematology 2006; 31 (1): 7-19.
*Soad M Mohamed , Magdi O Abdou , Hala M Assem , Lamia M Soghier. Anticardiolipin antibodies in children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Metabolism 2002 ,19 :1148-52.
*Ashraf T Soliman , Magdi Omar , Hala M Assem , Rania K El Alaily. Serum leptin concentrations in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus: Relationship to body mass index, insulin dose, and glycemic control. Metabolism 2002, 51:292-6.
Assem HM. Abdel Halim NM. Abdel Megeed, M A. Predictors of microvascular complications in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 2002, 16 (2) :345-55.
*Magdy Omar , Mohamed Ibrahim , Hala Assem , Fathi Battah. Teeth and blood lead levels in Egyptian school children:Relationship to health effects. Journal of Applied Toxicology 2001,29:349-52.
Mahmoud Soad, Omar Magdi , Assem Hala, Khalil Ibrahim Saad, Samah Abdel Megeed, M. Ashraf Saad. Subclinical neuropathy in children with IDDM : Peripheral and central nerve functions, Alex Journal of Pediatrics 2001, 15 :319-29.
Mahmoud Soad, Omar Magdi , Assem Hala, Khalil, Ibrahim Saad, Samah Abdel Megeed, M. Ashraf Saad. Subclinical neuropathy in children with IDDM : Autonomic nerve functions. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 2001, 15 :329-34.
Assem HM. , Abdel Halim NM. Antioxidant activity in hematological diseases in children. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 2001, 15 (2):279-82.
Omar M, Elkinany H, Rezk M, Assem H, Shimy N. Biochemical markers of bone formation and resorption in children receiving corticosteroid therapy. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 2000, 14 (2) : 461-7.
Assem HM, Abdel Halim N, Megahed M, Allam S. Parasitic infestation in Egyptian children with diarrhea: Relationship to malabsorption and nutritional status. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1999, 13 (1):183-8.
*Hassanein el-S A, Assem HM, Rezk MM, el-Maghraby RM. Study of plasma albumin, transferrin and fibronectin in children with mild to moderate protein-energy malnutrition. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 1998,44 :362-5.
AbdelFattah M, Mowafy E, Assem HM, Hammad M. Study of systemic effects of nebulized salbutamol in acute asthma in children. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1997, 11 (1): 43-6.
Mahmoud S, Sedrak M, Assem H, Mowafy E, Moftah A. Lipid profile, Lipoprotein-a and apoprotein A1 and b in children with Nephrotic syndrome. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1996, 10 (1) : 45-50.
Assem Hala M. , Saad M, Abdel Halim NM. Plasma fibronectin, microalbuminuria and electroretinography in IDDM in the young. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1996, 10 (2): 129-37.
El-Dardiry S, Abdel Halim N, AbulNaga K, Assem H, Sharaf T. Biochemical Changes during recovery phase of hepatitis A and B: Influence of Schistosomiasis in Pediatrics. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1996, 10: 51-9.
Assem HM, Abdel Fattah M, Mahdy N, Sharaki O. Plasma fibronectin, serum apoproteins, albumin and transferrin concentrations during nutritional repletion in protein energy malnutrition. The Egyptian Journal of Pediatrics 1996, 13(1-2) : 209-24.
El Dardiry SA, AbdelHalim N, Assem HM, Sharaf S, Abo Elazm A. Study of plasma fibronectin, laminin and preprocollagen III in children with viral hepatitis type B and inactive Schistosomiasis. Arab Journal of Laboratory medicine 1996, 22 (2) : 359-70.
Omar M, Rashwan E, Assem HM, AbdelFattah M, Salah N. Polymorphonuclear leukocytes’ chemiluminescence from children with IDDM. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1995, 9 (2): 161-5.
Mahmoud S, Abdel Aal A, Abdel Fattah M, Assem HM, Fasih N. Lipids profile, and basal insulin levels in obese children. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1995, 9 (3): 359-63.
Assem HM, ElSebai M, Omar M, Abdel Halim N, Afifi Z. Growth hormone, insulin growth factor-1 and insulin growth factor binding protein-1 in children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1995, 9 (4): 431-7.
Mahmoud S, Assem HM, ElSebai M, Omar M. Study of Lipid profile, Lipoprotein-a in children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1995, 9 (2): 203-9.
Mowafy E, Afify Z, Marzouk S, ElSebai M, Assem HM, ElRaies E. Assessment of proteinuria in Nephrotic children using protein to creatinine ratios in single urine samples. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1994, 8 (1): 63-7.
Abdel Megeed AS, Assem HM. Clinical findings in infants and children with Down's Syndrome. Bull. Ophthalmol 1994, 87: 989-97.
Mahmoud S, , ElSebai M, Elkinani H, Marzouk S Assem HM. Study of cord serum Lipid pattern in newborn infants and its relationship to clinical data. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1993, 7 (4): 625-35.
Zeitoun M, Madkour A, Madina E, Sharaf S, Hashem E, Assem H. A study on intestinal protein loss in acute infective diarrhea. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 1987, 1(3): 359-66.
Glutathione and glutathione-dependent enzymes in haematological diseases, Hematologica Journal of Hematology. Abstract book 84, June 1999: 96. (EHA4)

Youssef Mohammed Bakr Habib, MD

Pulmonologist in Alexandria Police Hospital(A.P.H) Vice president of Chest Department in Alexandria Police Hospital (A.P.H) Ain Shams University Egypt
Education:
• MBBCh, Faculty of Medicine, Mansoura University. (2004).
• Master degree in chest disease, Alexandria University (2017).
• Registered for MD in chest disease, Ain Shams University (2017).
Courses and training programs:
• Bronchoscope training course in Mansoura University Hospital.
• Workshop training of bronchoscope in Alexandria police hospital.
• Course of American Colleague of chest Physician.
• Attendance as speaker of The Egyptian Scientific Society of Bronchology (ESSB) 2017.
• Attendance as speaker of Egyptian Society of Chest Disease and Tuberculosis (ESCDT) 2017.
• Member in Egyptian Society of Chest Disease and Tuberculosis (ESCDT)
• Editorial member in pulsus journal.
• Member in British thoracic society (BTS).
• Member of European Respiratory Society (ERS).
• I was invited to present my research in BTS congress 12, 2017.
• My research was published in British medical journal
(BMJ).

Dr. Nour Tashtush

Faculty of Medicine Jordan University of Science and Technology Irbid-22110, Jordan
Dr. Nour Tashtush is a 24-year-old organized graduated medical intern with the an-excellent educational record, research skills and passion for health and wellbeing. I was graduated from Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST). Now, I am an intern at King Abdulla University Hospital that is affiliated to JUST. I have participated in many conferences and workshops that focus on pediatrics and pediatric healthcare. I have many ongoing types of research and projects in the pediatrics field. I am looking forward to a residency program in pediatric and to be a pioneer, researcher, and consultant in pediatrics and pediatric healthcare.
The core of future medicine, Pediatric research, Gynecological field, Menetrier’s disease, Cell tumor.
Membership
1- Cystic fibrosis society ( which is an association that aims to provide help for children who suffer from cystic fibrosis).
2- The International Federation of Medical Students ( IFMSA).
3-The standing committee on public health (SCOPH).
4-The standing committee on human rights and peace ( SCORP ).
- A case report about " Menetrier disease in a 5-year-old female patient without cytomegalovirus infection "- Pediatric
department , Jordan University Of Science and Technology.
-A case report about " primary Ewing sarcoma treated completely without chemotherapeutic agents "- Nephrology
department, Jordan University Of Science and Technology.
-Case report "Unicornuate uterus with a rudimentary non-communicating cavitary horn in association VACTERAL syndrome
- Obstetric and gynecology department, Jordan University Of Science and Technology.
- Research about " Endometrial cancer association with ABO blood group "- Obstetric and gynecology department, Jordan University of Science and Technology.
- A case report about " complete resolution of advanced biliary tract cancer after treatment by a monotherapy
pembrolizumab " , Jordan University Of Science and Technology.
- A case report of familial inheritance of FMF and FSGS in one family, Nephrology department, Jordan University Of
Science and Technology.
- Case report for removal of foreign body obstructing the esophagus for a 3-year-old female patient for 2 years duration,
The pediatric department, Jordan University of Science and Technology.
- Research about ovarian cancer and the relation between chemotherapeutic agents and the survival rates, based on
British data, Obstetric, and gynecology department, Jordan University of Science and Technology.

Dr. Gian Maria Pacifici

Associate Professor Department of Pharmacology Medical School, University of Pisa Pisa, Italy
Gian Maria Pacifici is in pension since November 1st, 2014, and he works at home, where he has the computer, the printer and the scanner and his work are very productive. The former position of Gian Maria Pacifici was Associate Professor of Pharmacology, Department of Pharmacology, Medical School, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy. Gian Maria Pacifici worked in the following departments of clinical pharmacology: Laboratory of Clinical Pharmacology, Institute for Pharmacological Research, Mario Negri Milan, Italy, Department of Pharmacology, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Hammersmith Hospital, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, UK, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge University Hospital, Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, Unit of Clinical Pharmacology, Department of Pharmacology, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, UK, Unit of Clinical Pharmacology, Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota, USA and Department of Pharmacology, Arizona University, Tucson, Arizona, USA. Gian Maria Pacifici has published 250 articles in the following journals: British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Developmental Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Drug Metabolism and Disposition, European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, Medical Express, Human and Experimental Toxicology, International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapy, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Pharmacology, OasisPub, Clinical and Medical Investigations, Journal Targeted Drug Delivery, and Xenobiotica.
Paediatric clinical pharmacology; Clinical Pharmacology.
LIST OF SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED BY GIAN MARIA PACIFIC
1. Institute Mario Negri for Pharmacological Research, Milan, Italy.
2. The British Council, London, UK.
3. The Stiftelsen Blanceflor Boncompagni-Ludovisi, Stockholm, Sweden.
4. The Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.
5. NATO, Rome, Italy.
6. The Swedish Medical Council, Stockholm, Sweden.
7. The Nobel Foundation and The Nobel Medical Committee, Stockholm, Sweden.
8. The European Science Foundation, Strasbourg, France.
9. The European Science Foundation, Strasbourg, France.
10. CNR (Rome, Italy) and The British Council, UK.
11. CNR (Rome, Italy) and The British Council UK.

Member of the European Society of Developmental and Pediatrics and prenatal Pharmacology (EDPPP).
1. E. Di SALLE, G.M. PACIFICI and P.L. MORSELLI: Studies on plasma protein binding of carbamazepine. Pharmacol. Res. Commun. 6, 193-202 (1974).

2. P.L. MORSELLI, M. NARDINI, G.M. PACIFICI, F. SORGONA, R. LATINI, P. FERRARI and C. FIESCHI: Farmacocinietica dell'amantadina nel volontario e nelle sindromi extrapiramidali da neurolettici. Correlazioni tra livelli plasmatici ed effetti. In: Stato attuale delle conoscenze sulle malattie extrapiramidali, (A. Agnoli and G. Bertolani, eds) pp. 186-204, L'Aquila (1974).

3. G. F. PLACIDI, G. TOGNONI, G.M. PACIFICI, G.B. CASSANO and P.L. MORSELLI: Regional distribution of diazepam and its metabolites in the brain of cat after chronic treatment. Psychopharmacol. 48,133-137 (1976).

4. G.M. PACIFICI, M. NARDINI, P. FERRARI, R. LATINI, C. FIESCHI, and P.L. MORSELLI: Effect of amantadine on drug-induced parkinsonism: relationship between plasma levels and effect. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 3, 883-889 (1976).

5. G.M. PACIFICI, P. FORNARO, M. GUARNERI nad G.F. PLACIDI: Farmacocinetica di alcuni derivati benzodiazepinici: confronto fra soggetti giovani ed anziani. In: Il sonno nell'eta senile. pp 175-182 (A. Muratorio, C. Maggini, L. Murri eds) Pacini Editore, Pisa, Italy (1976).

6. G.F. PLACIDI, G.M. PACIFICI, M. GUARNERI, P. FORNARO, G. MOGGI, G. ARCIDIACONO and N. CAPPELLI: Distribuzione fetale di farmaci psicotropi livelli ematici e passaggio feto-trasplacentare di derivati benzodiazepinici. Simposio della Societa' Italiana di Neurofarmacologia. pp 1-13 Anacapri, Italy (1976).

7. G.M. PACIFICI, G. BIANCHETTI, A. FRIGERIO, R. GOMENI, P.L. MORSELLI, S. GARATTINI, G. PIFFERI and C. CARPI: Pharmacokinetics and biotraformation, in rats and dogs, of trithiozine, a new antisecretory drug. Eur. J. Drug Metab. Pharmacokinet. 1, 141-147 (1976).

8. G.M. PACIFICI and G.F. PLACIDI: Rapid and sensitive electron-capture gaschromatographic method for the determination of pinazepam and its metabolites in human plasma, urine and milk. J. Chromatogr. 135,133-139 (1977).

9. G.M. PACIFICI, C. PELLEGRINO, C. MAFFEI and D. BECONCINI: Effect of denervation on the enzymes regulating cyclic AMP in the rat gastrocnemius muscle. In: Molecular Biology and Pharmacology of Cyclic Nucleotides (G. Folco, R. Paoletti eds) pp 297-300. Elsevier/North-Holland Biochemical Press (1978).

10. G.M. PACIFICI, A.R. BOOBIS, M.J. BRODIE and D.S. DAVIES: A rapid sensitive assay for glutathione S-epoxidetransferase activity: species differences in the activity of the hepatic enzyme. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 7, 1060-1061 (1979).

11. A. R. BOOBIS, D.S. DAVIES and G.M. PACIFICI: Developmental changes in the inducibility of drug metabolising enzymes by 3-methylcholanthrene in hepatic and extrahepatic tissues of the rabbit. Br. J. Pharmacol. 69, 321-322 (1979).

12. M.E. MCMANUS, A.R. BOOBIS, G.M. PACIFICI, R.Y. FREMPONG, M.J. BRODIE, G.C. KAHN, C. WHYTE and D.S. DAVIES: Xenobiotic metabolism in the human lung. Life Sci. 26, 481-487 (1980).

13. A. RANE and G.M. PACIFICI: Formation and metabolism of toxic metabolites in the human fetus. In: Drug Metabolism in the Immature Human (L.F. Soyka and G.P. Redmond) pp. 29-35. Raven Press, New York (1981).

14. G.M. PACIFICI, A.R. BOOBIS, M.J. BRODIE, M.E. MACMANUS and D.S. DAVIES: Tissue and species differences in enzymes of epoxide metabolism. Xenobiotica 11, 73-79 (1981).

15. G.M. PACIFICI, J. SAWE, L. KAGER and A. RANE: Morphine glucuronidation in human fetal and adult liver. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 22, 553-558 (1982).

16. G.M. PACIFICI, C. PELLEGRINO, C. MAFFEI and D. BENCINI: Effect of denervation on cyclic AMP regulating enzymes in the rat gastrocnemius muscle. Ital. J. Biochem. 30, 20-29 (1981).

17. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Intestinal and hepatic morphine glucuronidation in immature and pregnant rats. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 3,160-167 (1981).

18. G.M. PACIFICI, L. CUOCI, G.F. PLACIDI, P. FORNARO and R. GOMENI: Elimination kinetics of desmethyldiazepam in two young and two elderly subjects. Eur. J. Drug Metab. Pharmacokinet. 7, 69-72 (1982).

19. G.M. PACIFICI and G.F. PLACIDI: First pass effect of pinazepam in the rat liver. Eur. J. Drug Metab. Pharmacokinet. 7, 119-122 (1982).

20. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Glutathione S-epoxidetransferase in the human placenta at different stages of pregnancy. Drug Metab. Disp. 9, 472-475 (1981).

21. G.M. PACIFICI, A. NORLIN and A. RANE: Glutathione S-transferase in human fetal liver. Biochem. Pharmacol. 30, 3367-3371 (1981).

22. M. WARHOLM, C. GUTHENBERG, B. MANNERVIK, G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Glutathione S-transferases in human fetal liver. Acta Chem. Scand. 35, 225-227 (1981).

23. G.M. PACIFICI, G.F. PLACIDI, P. FORNARO and R. GOMENI: Pinazepam: a precursor of N-desmethyldiazepam. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 22, 225-228 (1982).

24. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Distribution of UDP-glucuronyltransferase in different human fetal tissues. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol.13, 732-735 (1982).

25. G.M. PACIFICI, L. CUOCI, G.F. PLACIDI: Disposition, distribution, plasma protein binding and biliary excretion of pinazepam after i.p. administration to rat. Eur. J. Drug Metab. Pharmacokinet. 8, 209-217 (1983).

26. G.M. PACIFICI, L. CUOCI and G.F. PLACIDI: Disposition, distribution, and liver first-pass effect of pinazepam in the rat. Drug Metab. Disp.10, 180-182 (1982).

27. J. SAWE, G.M. PACIFICI, L. KAGER, C. von Bahr and A. RANE: Glucuronidation of morphine in human liver and interaction with oxazepam. Acta Anaesth. Scand. Suppl. 74, 47-51 (1982).

28. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Inhibition of morphine glucuronidation by oxazepam in human fetal liver microsomes. Drug Metab. Disp. 9, 569-572 (1981).

29. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Metabolism of styrene oxide in different human fetal tissues. Drug Metab. Disp.10, 302-305 (1982).

30. G.M. PACIFICI, G.F. PLACIDI, P. FORNARO and R. GOMENI: Pharmacokinetics of pinazepam in healthy volunteers. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Res. 3, 331-337 (1983).

31. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Renal glucuronidation of morphine in human foetus. Acta Pharmacol. Toxicol. 50, 155-160 (1982).

32. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Epoxide hydrolase in human fetal liver. Pharmacology 26, 241-248 (1983).

33. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Epoxide hydrolase in human placenta at different stages of pregnancy. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 6, 83-93 (1983).

34. G.M. PACIFICI, C. COLIZZI, L. GIULIANI and A. RANE: Nuclear epoxide hydrolase in the human fetal and adult liver. Pharmacology 28, 321-328 (1984).

35. G.M. PACIFICI, D.S. DAVIES, C. WHYTE and A.R. BOOBIS: Tissue differences in the ontogeny of inducibility of drug-metabolizing enzymes by 3-methylcholanthrene in the rabbit. Xenobiotica 12, 591-598 (1982).

36. G.M. PACIFICI, B. LINDBERG, H. GLAUMANN and A. RANE: Styrene oxide metabolism in rhesus monkey liver: enzyme activities in subcellular fractions and isolated hepatocytes. J. Pharmacol. Exper. Ther. 226, 869-975 (1983).

37. G.M. PACIFICI C. COLIZZI, L. GIULIANI and A. RANE: Cytosolic epoxide hydrolase in fetal and adult human liver. Arch. Toxicol. 54, 331-341 (1983).

38. G.M. PACIFICI, G. TADDEUCCI-BRUNELLI and A. RANE: Clonazepam serum protein binding during development. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 35, 354-359 (1984).

39. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Profile of drug metabolizing enzymes in the nuclei and microsomes of hepatic and extrahepatic tissues from monkeys. In: Extrahepatic Drug Metabolism and Chemical Carcinogenesis (J. Rydstrom, J. Montelius, M. Bengtsson, eds) pp 33-37 (1983).

40. D.R. PENG, G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Human fetal liver cultures: basal activities and inducibility of epoxide hydrolase and aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase. Biochem. Pharmacol. 33, 71-77 (1984).

41. G.M. PACIFICI, D. PENG and A. RANE: Epoxide hydrolase and aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase in human fetal tissues: activities in nuclear and microsomal fractions and isolated hepatocytes. Ped. Pharmacol. 3, 189-197 (1983).

42. G.M. PACIFICI: Epoxide detoxification pathways in human fetus. Academic thesis for Ph. D. in Medical Sciences, The Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge Hospital, Stockholm, (Sweden) (1983).

43. D.R. PENG, G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Induction of drug metabolism in human fetal cultures. In: Drugs and Pregnancy (B. Krauer, F.E. Hytten, E. del Pozo, eds) pp. 73-83 (1984).

44. G.M. PACIFICI, L. CUOCI and A. RANE: Subcellular distribution of styrene oxide in rat liver. Toxicol. Pathol.12, 69-73 (1984).

45. G.M. PACIFICI, H. GLAUMANN and A. RANE: Isolation of nuclear fractions from human fetal tissues. Ultrastructure and presence of epoxide hydrolase and aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase. Pharmacology 30, 188-196 (1985).

46. G.M. PACIFICI, L. CUOCI and G.F. PLACIDI: Subcellular distribution of pinazepam and its metabolite N-desmethyldiazepam in rat liver. Gen. Pharmacol. 15, 353-355 (1984).

47. G.M. PACIFICI, M. WARHOLM, C. GUTHENBERG, B. MANNERVIK and A. RANE: Organ distribution of glutathione transferase isoenzymes in the human fetus: differences between liver and extrahepatic tissues. Biochem. Pharmacol. 35, 1616-1619 (1986).

48. G.M. PACIFICI, C. GUTHENBERG, M. WARHOLM, B. MANNERVIK and A. RANE: Conjugation of styrene oxide by the basic and acidic forms of glutathione transferase in the human fetal liver. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 11, 243-251 (1988).

49. G.M. PACIFICI, L. CUOCI, M. GUARNERI, P. FORNARO, G. ARCIDIACONO, G. MOGGI and G.F. PLACIDI: Placental transfer of pinazepam and its metabolite N-desmethyldiazepam in women at term. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 27, 307-310 (1984).

50. A. RANE, J. SAWE, G.M. PACIFICI, J.O. SVENSSON and L. KARGER: Regioselective glucuronidation of morphine and interactions with benzodiazepines in humans. In: Advances in Pain Research (K.M. Foley, C.E. Inturrisi, eds) Pp 57-64. Raven Press (1986).

51. G.M. PACIFICI, C. COLIZZI, L. GIULIANI and A. RANE: Nuclear and microsomial UDP-glucuronyltransferase in human liver. In: Advances in Glucuronide Conjugation (S. Matern, K.W., Bock and W. Gerok, eds) pp 341-350 MTP Press Limited, Lancaster (1985).

52. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, G. RIZZO, M. CARRAI and A. RANE: Plasma protein binding of clonazepam in hepatic and renal insufficiency and after haemodialysis. Ther. Drug Monitor. 9, 87-91 (1986).

53. G.M. PACIFICI, C. BENCINI and A. RANE: Presystemic glucuronidation of morphine in humans and rhesus monkeys: subcellular distribution of the UDP-glucuronyltransferase in the liver and intestine. Xenobiotica 16, 123-128 (1986).

54. G.M. PACIFICI, L. GUSTFASSON, J.SAWE and A. RANE: Metabolic interactions between morphine and various benzodiazepines. Acta Pharmacol. Toxicol. 58, 246-252 (1986).

55. G.M. PACIFICI, A. BLANCK and A. RANE: Metabolism of benzo(a)pyrene in the nuclear and microsomal fractions from rhesus monkey liver. Acta Pharmacol. Toxicol. 58, 1-4 (1986).

56. G.M. PACIFICI, E. RICHTER, G. LEHMANN, M. WIESSLER, W. ZWICKENPFLUG and L. GIULIANI: Hydroxylation of dibutylnitrosamine in the human liver and intestinal microsomal fractions. Arch. Toxicol. 58, 196-198 (1986).

57. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI and G. TADDEUCCI-BRUNELLI: Serum protein binding of furosemide in newborn infants and children. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 10, 413-421 (1987).

58. E. SPINA, G.M. PACIFICI, C. VON BAHR and A. RANE: Characterization of desmethylimipramine 2-hydroxylation in human fetal and adult liver microsomes. Acta Pharmacol. Toxicol. 58, 277-281 (1986).

59. G.M. PACIFICI, L.C. ERIKSSON, H. GLAUMANN and A. RANE: Profile of drug metabolizing enzymes in the nuclear and microsomial fractions from rat hepatocyte nodules and normal liver. Arch. Toxicol. 62, 336-340 (1988).

60. G.M. PACIFICI, C. BENCINI and A. RANE: Acetyltransferase in humans: development and tissue distribution. Pharmacology 32, 283-291 (1986).

61. G.M. PACIFICI, L. GIULIANI and R. CALCAPRINA: Glucuronidation of 1-naphthol in nuclear and microsomal fractions of the human intestine. Pharmacology 33,103-109 (1986).

62. G.M. PACIFICI, T. TOMSON, L. BERTILSSON and A. RANE: Valpromide/carbamazepine and risk of teratogenicity. Lancet, February 16, 397-398 (1985).

63. G.M. PACIFICI, M. WARHOLM, C. GUTHENBERG, B. MANNERVIK and A. RANE: Detoxication of styrene oxide by human liver glutathione transferase. Human Toxicol. 6, 483-490 (1987).

64. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, G. TADDEUCCI-BRUNELLI, G. RIZZO, M. CARRAI and H.U. SCHULZ: Effects of development, aging, and renal and hepatic insufficiency as well as haemodialysis on the plasma concentrations of albumin and alpha-1-acid glycoprotein: implications for binding of drugs. Ther. Drug Monitor. 8, 259-263 (1986).

65. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI, C. BENCINI and A. RANE: Valpromide inhibits human epoxide hydrolase. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 22, 269-274 (1986).

66. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, H.U. SCHULZ and H.J. FRERCKS: Plasma protein binding of furomemide in elderlies. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 32, 199-202 (1987).

67. G.M. PACIFICI, H.V. GELBOIN, S.S. PARK, and A. RANE: Ontogenic development of 7-ethoxycoumarin and 7-ethoxyresorurfin O-deethylmase in rat liver microsomes and effect of monoclonal antibodies. Pharmacol. Toxicol. 61, 101-103 (1987).

68. G.M. PACIFICI and A. RANE: Valpromide but not sodium hydrogen divalproate inhibits epoxide hydrolase in human liver. Acta Pharmacol. Toxicol. 60, 237-239 (1987).

69. D. MARAZZITI, P. GIUSTI, A. ROTONDO, G.F. PLACIDI and G.M. PACIFICI: Imipramine receptors in human platelets: effect of age. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Res. 7, 145-148 (1987).

70. G.M. PACIFICI, H.V. GELBOIN, S.S. PARK and A. RANE: 7-ethoxycoumarin and 7-ethoxyresorufin O-deethylase in human fetal and adult liver: studies with monoclonal antibodies. Pharmacol. T oxicol. 63, 26-29 (1988).

71. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, G. TADDEUCCI-BRUNELLI, G. RIZZO and M. CARRAI: Plasma protein binding of dicloxacillin in humans: effect of age and diseases. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. Toxicol. 25, 622-626 (1987).

72. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, G. RIZZO, M. CARRAI, G. BIANCHETTI and P.L. MORSELLI: Plasma protein binding of zolpidem: effect of age and disease. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. Toxicol. 26, 439-443 (1988).

73. N. PULERA', P.L. BERNARD, M. CARRARA, C. BENCINI and G.M. PACIFICI: Muscarinic cholinergic receptors in lung of developing rats. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 11, 142-146 (1988).

74. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI, C. COLIZZI, L. GIULIANI and A. RANE: Glutathione S-trasferase in humans: development and tissue distribution. Arch. Toxicol. 61, 265-269 (1988).

75. G.M. PACIFICI, L. CUOCI and G.F. PLACIDI: Placental trasfer and distribution of pinazepam and its metabolite N-desmethyldiazepam in maternal and fetal rabit. Eur. J. Drug Metab. Pharmacokinet. 14, 1-6 (1989).

76. G.M. PACIFICI, D. PENG, P. BISTOLETTI, A. MELLGREN and A. RANE: Morphine glucuronidation in human fetal liver cultures and isolated hepatocytes. In: Pharmacokinetics in Theratogenesis Vol. II (H. Nau and W.J. Scott, Eds) pp 219-224, CRC Press Inc. Roca Raton, Florida, (1987).

77. PETRUZZELLI, P. BERNARD, P. PAOLETTI, A. RANE, C. GIUNTINI and G.M. PACIFICI: Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 34, 419-421 (1988).

78. D. MARAZZITI and G.M. PACIFICI: Review of imipramine binding in platelets from psychiatric patients: its relevance to the biology of the suicide. In: Current Isues of Suicidology (H.J. Moeller, A. Schmidtke, R. Welz, eds) Springer Verlag, pg 269-275 (1988).

79. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI, C. BENCINI, F. REPETTI, N. DI LASCIO and G.B. MURARO: Tissue distribution of drug metabolizing enzymes in humans. Xenobiotica 18, 849-856 (1988).

80. D. MARAZZITI, A. ROTONDO, G.F. PLACIDI, G. PERUGI, G.B. CASSANO and G.M. PACIFICI: The binding of imipramine to platelets membranes is reduced in panic attack. Fundam. Clin. Pharmacol. 2, 69-75 (1988).

81. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, G. RIZZO, M. CARRAI, G. BIANCHETTI and P.L. MORSELLI: Plasma protein binding of zolpidem and alpidem in humans: effect of development and liver and renal insufficiency. Proocedings of the 3rd European Congress of Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics. 283-288 (1987).

82. A. WAHLSTROM, G.M. PACIFICI, B. LINDSTROM, L. HAMMAR and A. RANE: Human liver morphine UDP-glucuronyl transferase enantioselectivity and inhibition by opioid congeners and oxazepam. Br. J. Pharmacol. 94, 864-870 (1987).

83. D. MARAZZITI, A. ROTONDO, G.F. PLACIDI, G. PERUGI, G.B. CASSANO and G.M. PACIFICI: Imipramine binding in platelets from patients with panic disorder. Pharmacopsychiatry 21, 47-49 (1988).

84. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI, C. COLIZZI, L. GIULIANI and A. RANE: Sulfotransferase in humans: Development and tissue distribution. Pharmacology 36, 411-419 (1988).

85. G.M. PACIFICI, D.J. BACK and M. L'E. ORME: Sulfation and glucuronidation of paracetamol in human liver: Assay conditions. Biochem. Pharmacol. 37, 4405-4407 (1988).

86. G.M. PACIFICI and D.J. BACK: Sulfation and glucuronidation of ethinyloestradiol in human liver. J. Steroid Biochem. 31, 345-349 (1988).

87. G.M. PACIFICI, A. TEMELLINI, L. GIULIANI, A. RANE and F. OESCH: Valpromide is a poor inhibitor of the cytosolic epoxide hydrolase. Arch. Toxicol. 63, 157-159 (1989).

88. G.M. PACIFICI, A. TEMELLINI, L. GIULIANI, A. RANE and F. OESCH: Cytosolic epoxide hydrolase in humans: distribution and development. Arch. Toxicol. 62, 254-257 (1988).

89. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, G. RIZZO, M. CARRAI, G. BIANCHETTI, J. ALLEN and P.L. MORSELLI: Plasma protein binding of alpidem: effect of development and liver or renal insufficiency. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 37, 29-32 (1989).

90. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, G. RIZZO and M. CARRAI: Plasma protein binding of ethinyloestradiol: effect of disease and drug interaction. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. Toxicol. 27, 362-365 (1989).

91. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI, G. GERVASI, V. LONGO, P. Di SIMPLICIO, A. TEMELLINI and GIULIANI: Profile of drug metabolizing enzymes in the human ileum and colon. Pharmacology 38, 137-145 (1989).

92. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI and L. GIULIANI: Sulphotransferase in small and large human intestine. Pharmacology 38, 146-150 (1989).

93. G.M. PACIFICI and A. VIANI: Bilirubin displaces furosemide from plasma protein: the effect is greater in newborn infants than adult subjects. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 14, 90-95 (1990).

94. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI, L. VANNUCCI and F. MOSCA: Sulfation and glucuronidation of ethinyloestradiol in human tissues. In: Cellular and Molecular Aspects of glucuronidation (G. Siest, J. Magdalou, B. Burchell eds) John Libbey & Co Ltd. pp 321-324 (1988).

95. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI and L. GIULIANI: Is there the cytosolic glucuronyl transferase in human liver? In: Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Glucuronidation (G. Siest, J. Magdalou, B. Burchell, Eds) John Libbey & Co Ltd. pp 93-101 (1988).

96. M. CAPPIELLO, M. FRANCHI, L. GIULIANI and G.M. PACIFICI: Distribution of sulphotransferase and its endogenous substrate: adenosine 3'-phosphate 5'-posphosulphate in human tissues. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 37, 317-32O (1989).

97. M. CAPPIELLO, M. FRANCHI, A. RANE and G.M. PACIFICI: Sulphotransferase and its substrate adenosine 3'-phosphate 5'-phosphosulphate in human fetal liver and placenta. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 14, 108-114 (1990).

98. A. VIANI, A. TEMELLINI, G. TUSINI and G.M. PACIFICI: Sulphotransferase and glucuronyl transferase of the human brain. Human Toxicology 9, 65-69 (1989).

99. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, M. FRANCHI, S. SANTERINI, L. GIULIANI and M. CARRAI: Conjugation pathways in liver disease. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 30, 427-435 (1990).

100. G.M. PACIFICI, M. FRANCHI and A. RANE: Development of the glucuronyltransferase and sulphotransferase towards 2-naphthol in human fetus. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 14, 108-114 (1990).

101. A. VIANI, M. CARRAI and G.M. PACIFICI: Plasma protein binding of furosemide in liver disease: effect of hypoalbuminemia and hyperbilirubinemia. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 28, 175-178 (1989).

102. V. LONGO, G.M. PACIFICI, G. PANATTONI, F. URSINO and P.G. GERVASI: Metabolism of diethylnitrosamine by microsomes of human respiratory nasal mucosa and liver. Biochem. Pharmacol. 38, 1867-1869 (1989).

103. G.M. PACIFICI, A. VIANI, P.G. GERVASI, V. LONGO, P. DI SIMPLICIO, A. TEMELLINI, P. ROMITI, S. SANTERINI, L. VANNUCCI and F. MOSCA: Profile of drug metabolizing enzymes in the cortex and medulla of the human kidney. Pharmacology 39, 299-308 (1989).

104. M. CAPPIELLO, L. GIULIANI and G.M. PACIFICI: Differential distribution of phenol- and catechol- sulphotransferases in human liver and intestine. Pharmacology 40, 69-76 (1990).

105. A. VIANI, M. CAPPIELLO, D. SILVESTRI and G.M. PACIFICI: Binding of furosemide to albumin isolated from human fetal and adult serum: similarities and differences. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 16, 33-40 (1991).
106. G.M. PACIFICI, S. SANTERINI, L. GIULIANI and A. RANE: Thiomethyltransferase in humans: development and tissue distribution. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 17, 8-15 (1991).

107. G.M. PACIFICI, P. ROMITI, L. GIULIANI and A. RANE: Thiopurinemethyltransferase in humans development and tissue distribution. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 17, 16-23 (1991).

108. A. TEMELLINI, M. FRANCHI, L. GIULIANI and G.M. PACIFICI: Human liver sulphotransferase and glucuronyltransferase: structure-activity relationship for phenolic substrates. Xenobiotica 21, 171-177 (1991).

109. A. TEMELLINI, L. GIULIANI and G.M. PACIFCI: Interindividual variability of glucuronidation and sulfation of ethinyloestradiol in human liver. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 31, 661-664 (1991).

110. G.M. PACIFICI, L. VANNUCCI, C. BENCINI and F. MOSCA: Sulfation of hydroxy biphenyls in human tissues. Xenobiotica 9, 1113-1118 (1991).

111. G.M. PACIFICI, S. SANTERINI and L. GIULIANI: Methylation of captopril in human tissues. Xenobiotica 9, 1107-1112 (1991).

112. M. CAPPIELLO, L. GIULIANI, A. RANE and G.M. PACIFICI: Differential development of phenol and catechol sulphotransferases in human fetus. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 16, 83-88 (1991).

113. M. CAPPIELLO, L. GIULIANI and G.M. PACIFICI: Distribution of UDP-glucoronosyltransferase and its endogenous substrate 5'-uridine-diphospho-glucuronic acid in human. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 41, 345-350 (1991).

114. CAPPIELLO M, GIULIANI L. RANE A, and G.M. PACIFICI: Dopamine sulphotransferase is better developed than p-nitrophenol sulphotransferase in the human fetus. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 16, 83-88 (1991).

115. E. TESTAI, J. KEIZER, G.M. PACIFICI and L. VITOZZI: Chloroform bioactivation by microsomes from colonic and ileal mucosa of rat and man. Toxicol. Letters 57, 19-27 (1991).

116. P. ROMITI, L. GIULIANI and G.M. PACIFICI: Interindividual variability in the N-sulfation of desipramine in human liver and Platelets. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 33, 17-23 (1992).

117. A. VIANI, M. CAPPIELLO and G.M. PACIFICI: Binding of diazepam, salicylic acid and digitoxin to albumin isolated from fetal and adult serum. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 17, 100-108 (1991).

118. G.M. PACIFICI, S. MOGAVERO, L. GIULIANI and RANE: Conjugation of benzoic acid with glycine in human fetal and adult liver and kidney. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 17, 52-62 (1991).

119. A. VIANI, G. RIZZO, M. CARRAI & G.M. PACIFICI: Differential effect of aging on albumin and plasma protein binding of diazepam and salicylic acid in healthy subjects and renal patients. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 33, 299-304 (1991).

120. S. PETRUZZELLI, M. FRANCHI, L. GRONCHI, P. MACCHIARINI, G.M. PACIFICI and C. GIUNTINI: Cigarette smoke inhibits cytosolic but not microsomal Epoxide of human lung. Human Toxicology 11, 99-103 (1991).

121. G.M. PACIFICI and A. VIANI: Methods of determining plasma and tissue binding of drugs and pharmacokinetic consequences. Clin. Pharmacokinet. 23, 449-468 (1992).

122. G.M. PACIFICI, M. KUBRICH, L. GIULIANI, M. DE VRIES and A. RANE: Sulfation and glucuronidation of ritodrine in human fetal and adult liver. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 41, 259-264 (1991).

123. A. VIANI and G.M. PACIFICI: Quantitative contribution of the endogenous compounds and hypoalbuminaemia in reducing the binding of furosemide in the plasma of newborn infants. Dev. Pharmacol. Ther. 18, 39-43 (1992).

124. A. VIANI, G. RIZZO, M. CARRAI and G.M. PACIFICI: Interindividual variability in the concentration of albumin and alpha-1-acid glycoprotein in patients with renal or liver disease, newborns and healthy subjects: implications for binding of drugs. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. Toxicol. 30, 128-133 (1992).

125. G.M. PACIFICI, P. DONATELI and L. GIULIANI: Histamine N-methyltransferase: inhibition by drugs. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 34, 128-133 (1992).
126. A. TEMELLINI, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Conjugation of benzoic acid with glycine in human liver and kidney: a study on the interindividual variability. Xenobiotica 23, 1427-1433 (1993).

127. G.M. PACIFICI, R. BIGOTTI, G. MARCHI and L. GIULIANI: Minoxidil sulfation in human liver and platelets: a study on the interindividual variability. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 45, 337-341 (1993).

128. G.M. PACIFICI AND G. MARCHI: Phenol and catechol sulphotransferases in platelets from adult subjects and newborns: a study on the interindividual variability. Br. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 36, 593-597 (1993).

129. G.M. PACIFICI, P. ROMITI, S. SANTERINI and L. GIULIANI: S-Methyltrasferases in human intestine: differential distribution of the microsomal and cytosolic forms along the human bowel. Xenobiotica 23, 671-679 (1993).

130. G.M. PACIFICI, M. BIGOTTI and L. GIULIANI: The intestine is the primary site of the in vitro sulfation of (+) and (-) terbutaline. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 45, 483-487 (1993).

131. G.M. PACIFICI, M.A. FERRONI, A. TEMELLINI, A. GUCCI, M.C. MORELLI and L. GIULIANI: Human liver budesonide sulphotransferase is inhibited by testosterone and correlates with testosterone sulphotransferase, Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 46, 49-54 (1994).

132. G.M. PACIFICI, A. TEMELLINI, A. VIANI, P. ROMITI, R. BIGOTTI, P. DONATELLI, M. CASTIGLIONI and L. GIULIANI: Conjugation pathways in human liver: a study on the interindividual variability. In: Mechanisms of Toxicity and Their Relevance in Industrial Toxicology. (M. Lotti and M. Manno, eds) pp 65-72 (1993). SGEditoriali, Padova. (ISBN 88-86281-00-5).

133. P. DONATELLI, G. MARCHI, L. GIULIANI, L. GUSTAFSSON and G.M. PACIFICI: Stereochemical inhibition of histamine N-methyltransferase by chloroquine. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 47, 345-349 (1994).

134. G.M. PACIFICI and R. NOTTOLI: Placental transfer of drugs administered to the mother. Clin. Pharmacokinet. 28, 235-269 (1995).

135. G.M. PACIFICI, TEMELLINI, M. CASTIGLIONI, C. D'ALESSANDRIA, A. GUCCI and L. GIULIANI: Interindividual variability of the human liver hepatic sulphotransferases. Chem.-Biol. Interact. 92, 219-231 (1994).

136. A. TEMELLINI, M. CASTIGLIONI, L. GIULIANI, A. MUSSI, P.C. GIULIANOTTI, A. PIETRABISSA, C.A. ANGELETTI, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI. Glutathione conjugation with 1-chloro-2,4-nitrobenzene: interindividual variability in human liver, lung, kidney and intestine. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 33, 498-503 (1995).

137. G.M. PACIFICI and C. DE SANTI: Human sulphotransferase. Classification and metabolic profile of the major isoforms. The point of view of the clinical pharmacologist. In: Advances in Drug Metabolism in man (G.M. Pacifici and G.N. Fracchia, eds) pp 311-349 (1995). European Commission, Luxembourg/Brussels. (EUR 15439 - ISBN 92-827-3982-1)

138. G.M. PACIFICI and G.N. FRACCHIA: Human methyltransferases. Classification and metabolic profile of the major isoforms. The point of view of the clinical pharmacologist. In: Advances in Drug Metabolism in man (G.M. Pacifici and G.N. Fracchia, eds), pp 461-493 (1995). European Commission, Luxembourg/Brussels. (EUR 15439 - ISBN 92-827-3982-1)

139. G.M. PACIFICI, C. DE SANTI, A. MUSSI and C.A. ANGELETTI: Interindividual variability in the rate of salbutamol sulfation in the human lung. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 49, 299-303 (1996).

140. M.A. FERRONI, G. MARCHI, E. SANSONE, P. ROMEO, P.C. GIULIANOTTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Variability in the rate of 6-mercaptopurine methylation in the erythrocytes, liver and kidney of an Italian population. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 51, 23-26 (1996).

141. G.M. PACIFICI, L. EVANGELISTI and L. GIULIANI: Zidovudine glucuronosyl transferase in human liver: interindividual variability. Int. J. clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 34, 329-334 (1996).

142. G.M. PACIFICI: Drug transport across human placenta: Theoretical and methodological approach. In: European Medicines Research. Perspectives in Clinical Trials (G.N. Fracchia, Ed) PP 125-135 (1995). The Commission of the European Commission, Belgium, Brussels. (ISBN 0 9526643 0 5).
143. G.M. PACIFICI, B. GIULIANETTI, M.C. QUILICI, R. SPISNI, M. NERVI, L. GIULIANI and R. GOMENI: (-)-Salbutamol sulfation in the human liver and duodenal mucosa: interindividual variability. Xenobiotica 27, 279-286 (1997).

144. M.A. FERRONI, P.C. GIULIANOTTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA, R. GOMENI, and G.M. PACIFICI: Captopril methylation in human liver and kidney: interindividual variability. Xenobiotica 26, 877-882 (1996).

145. G.M. PACIFICI, M.C. QUILICI, B. GIULIANETTI, R. SPISNI, M. NERVI, L. GIULIANI and R. GOMENI: Ritodrine sulfation in the human liver and duodenal mucosa: interindividual variability. Eur. J Drug Metab. Pharmacokinet. 23, 67-74 (1998).

146. G.M. PACIFICI, A. GUCCI and L. GIULIANI: Testosterone sulfation and glucuronidation in the human liver: interindividual variability. Eur. J. Drug Metab. Pharmacokin. 22, 253-258 (1997).

147. M. CAPPIELLO, L. GIULIANI, A. RANE and G.M. PACIFICI: 5’-Diphosphoglucuronic acid (UDPGA) in the human fetal liver, kidney and placenta. Eur. J. Drug Mratab. and Pharmacokin. 25, 161-164 (2000).

148. G.M. PACIFICI, C. D’ALESSANDRO, A. GUCCI and L. GIULIANI: Sulfation of the heterocyclic amine 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline in the human liver and intestinal mucosa: interindividual variability. Arch. Toxicol. 71, 477-481 (1997).

149. C. DE SANTI, P.C. GIULIANOTTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Catechol-O-methyltransferase: interindividual variability and inhibition by entacapone e tolcapone. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 54, 215-219 (1998).

150. C. DE SANTI, P. DONATELLI, P.C. GIULIANOTTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Interindividual variability of histamine N-methyltransferase in the human liver and kidney. Xenobiotica. 28, 571-577 (1998).

151. A. BRITTELLI, C. DE SANTI, H. RAUNIO, O, PELKONEN, G. ROSSI and G.M. PACIFICI: Interethnic and interindividual variabilities of platelet sulfotransferases activity in Italians and Finns. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 55, 691-695 (1999).
152. M.VIETRI, C. DE SANTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Fenamates and the potent inhibition of human liver phenol sulfotransferase. Xenobiotica 30, 111-116 (2000).

153. M. VIETRI, C. DE SANTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Inhibition of human liver phenol sulfotransferase by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 56, 81-87 (2000).

154. M. VIETRI, A. PIETRABISSA, R. SPISNI, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Differential inhibition of hepatic and duodenal sulfation of (-)-salbutamol and minoxidil by mefenamic acid. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 56, 477-479 (2000).

155. C. DE SANTI, A. PIETRABISSA, R. SPISNI, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Sulfation of resveratrol, a natural product present in grapes and wine, in the human liver and duodenum. Xenobiotica 30, 609-617 (2000).

156. C. DE SANTI, A. PIETRABISSA, R. SPISNI, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Sulfation of resveratrol, a natural compound present in wine, is inhibited by natural flavonoids. Xenobiotica. 30, 857-866 (2000).

157. G.M. PACIFICI and A.M. ROSSI: Interindividual variability of sulfotransferases in man. In: “Interindividual Variability in Drug Metabolism in Man” (G.M. Pacifici and O. Pelkonen eds). Pp 434-459 (2001) Taylor & Francis. London. UK. ISBN 0-7484-0864-9

158. AM. Rossi, M. Bianchi, C. Guarnieri R. Barale GM. Pacifici GM. Genotype-phenotype correlation for thiopurine S-methyltransferase in healthy Italian subjects. Eur J Clin Pharmacol. 57, 51-54 (2001).

159. C. DE SANTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Glucuronidation of resveratrol, a natural product present in grape and wine, in the human liver. Xenobiotica. 30, 1047-1054 (2000).

160. M. VIETRI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Mycophenolic acid glucuronidation, and inhibition by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, in human liver and kidney. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 56, 659-664 (2000).

161. M. VIETRI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA, A. RANE, G.M. PACIFICI: Human adult and fetal liver sulfotransferases: inhibition by mefenamic acid and salicylic acid. Xenobiotica 31, 153-161 (2001)

162. F. MARCHETTI, C. DE SANTI, M. VIETRI, A. PIETRABISSA, R. SPISNI, F. MOSCA, G.M. PACIFICI: Differential inhibition of human liver and duodenum sulfotransferase activities by quercetin, a flavonoid present in vegetables, fruit and wine. Xenobiotica 31, 841-847 (2001).

163. C. DE SANTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA, G.M. PACIFICI: Methylation of quercetin and fisetin, flavonoids widely distributed in edible vegetables, fruits and wine, by human liver. Inter. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 40, 207-212 (2002).

164. M. VIETRI, A. PIETRABISSA, F.MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Inhibition of mycophenolic acid glucuronidation by niflumic acid in human liver: type of inhibition and variability of IC50 of niflumic acid. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 58, 93-97 (2002).

165. M. VIETRI, R. PIETRABISSA, F. SPISNI, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: 7-OH-Flavone is a substrate of human liver and duodenum sulfotransferase whereas 5-OH-flavone and 3-OH-flavone are not sulfated and are potent inhibitors of SULT1A1. Xenobiotica 32, 563-571 (2002).

166. C. DE SANTI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA, A. RANE and G.M. PACIFICI: Inhibition of SULT1A1 by quercetin in human adult and fetal livers. Xenobiotica 32, 363-368 (2002).

167. M. VIETRI, F. VAGLINI, A. PIETRABISSA, R. SPISNI, F. MOSCA and G.M. PACIFICI: Sulfation of R(-)-apomorphine in human liver and duodenum and inhibition by mefenamic acid, salicylic acid and quercetin. Xenobiotica 32, 587-594 (2002).

168. G. M. PACIFICI: Inhibition of sulfotransferase by drugs and dietary chemicals: a review of the literature. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 42, 488-495 (2004).

169. M. VIETRI, F. VAGLINI, R. CANTINI and G.M. PACIFICI: Quercetin inhibits the sulfation of R (-) apomorphine in human brain. Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 40, 30-35 (2003).

170. M. VIETRI, A. PIETRABISSA, F. MOSCA, R. SPINSI and G.M.PACIFICI: Curcumin is a potent inhibitor of phenol sulfotransferase (SULT1A1) in human liver and extrahepatic tissues. Xenobiotica 33, 357-363 (2003).

171. A.M. Rossi, V. Maggini, E. Fredianelli, D. DI Bello, A. Pietrabissa, F. Mosca, R. Barale and G.M. Pacifici. Phenotype-genotype relationships of SULT1A1 in human liver and variations in the IC50 of the SULT1A1 inhibitor quercetin Int. J. Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. 42, 561-567 (2004).

172. G.M. PACIFICI: Sulfation of drugs. In: "Human Cytosolic Sulfotransferases" (G.M. Pacifici and M. Cougthrie eds.) Taylor and Francis pp 81, 157-177 (2005).

173. G.M. PACIFICI: Sulfation of drugs and hormones in mid-gestation human fetus. Early Hum Dev 81, 573-581 (2005).

174. G.M. PACIFICI: Transfer of antivirals across the human placenta. Early Human Dev. 81, 647-654 (2005).

175 G.M. PACIFICI: Pharmacokinetics of antivirals in neonate. Early Hum. Dev. (2005)

176. G.M. PACIFICI: Placental transfer of antibiotics administered to the mother: a review. Int J. Clinical. Pharmacol. Ther. 44, 57-63 (2006).

177. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacokinetics of gentamicin in the neonate: a review of the literature. Curr Topics Pharmacol. 12, 119-127 (2008).

178. G.M. PACIFICI: Peak and trough concentrations of gentamicin in the neonate: a review. Curr. Pediatr. Rev. 5, 2-7 (2009).

179. G.M. PACIFICI: J. Labatia. H. Mulla, I. CHOONARA: Clinical Pharmacokinetics of penicillins in neonates: a review of the literature. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 65, 191-198 (2009).

180. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical Pharmacokinetics of aminoglycosides in the neonate. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol. 65, 419-427 (2009).

181. PACIFICI G.M.: Pharmacokinetics of cephalosporins in the neonate. A review. Clinics. 66, 1267-1274 (2011).

182. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacokinetics of penicillins, cephalosporins and aminoglycosides in the neonate: a review. J Pharmaceuticals. 3, 2568-2591 (2010).

183. G.M. PACIFICI and K. ALLEGAERT: Clinical pharmacokinetics of vancomycin in the neonate: a review. Clinics. 67, 831-7 (2012).

184. GM. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the loop diuretics furosemide and bumetanide in neonates and infants. Paed. Drugs. 4, 233-246 (2012).

185. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of indomethacin in preterm infants: implications in patent ductus arteriosus closure. Ped. Drugs. 15, 363-376 (2013).

186. G.M. PACIFICI, K. ALLEGAERT: Clinical pharmacology of carbapenem antibiotics in neonates: a review. J Chemother. 26, 67-73 (2014).

187. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of furosemide in neonates. A review. Pharmaceuticals. 6, 1094-1129 (2013).

188. G. M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of fentanyl in preterm infants. A review. Ped. Neonatol. 56, 143-148 (2015).

189. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of midazolam in neonates and children: effect of disease. A Review. Int. J. Pediatr. 2014:309-342.

190. G.M. PACIFICI: Differential renal adverse effects of ibuprofen and indomethacin in preterm infants. A review. Clinical Pharmacology: Advances and Applications. Clin Pharmacol. 6, 111-116 (2014).

191. G. M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of ibuprofen in preterm infants: A meta-analysis of published data. Medical express. 1, 55-61 (2014).

192. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of analgesics in infants and the pharmacologic management of pain in neonates. A review. Medical express. 1, 105-115 (2014).

193. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of caffeine citrate in preterm infants. Medical express. 1, 243-250 (2014).

194. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of dobutamine and dopamine in preterm infants. A review. Medical express 1, 275-283 (2014).

195. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of ibuprofen and indomethacin in preterm infants with patent ductus arteriosus. Curr Pediatr Rev. 10, 216-237 (2014).

196. G.M. PACIFICI: Treatment of infantile haemangioma with propranolol. A review. Medical express. 1, 323-327 (2014).

197. G.M. PACIFICI and K. ALLEGAERT: Clinical pharmacology of carbapenems in neonates. J Chemother 26, 67-73 (2014).

198. G.M. PACIFICI and K. ALLEGAERT: Clinical pharmacology of paracetamol in neonates. A review. Cur. Ther. Res. 77, 24-30 (2015).

199. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of methadone in neonates and in their mothers. Accepted by Medical express. 2(1):M150103 (2015).

200. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of theophylline in preterm infants: effects, metabolism and pharmacokinetics. Cur. Pediatr. Rev. 10, 297-303 (2015).

201. G.M. PACIFICI and K. ALLEGAERT: Clinical pharmacology of paracetamol in neonates: a review. Curr. Ther. Res. Clin. Exp. 2014, 7724-7730.

202. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of surfactants on preterm infant lungs. Medical express. 2(1):M150206. (2015).

203. G.M. PACIFICI and K. ALLEGAERT: Bronchodilator and anti-hyperkalaemic effects of salbutamol (albuterol) in neonates and young children. J Ped Biochem. 5(3), 82-87 (2015).

204. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of phenobarbital in neonates: effects, metabolism and pharmacokinetics. Curr. Pediatr. Rev. 12(1), 48-54 (2016).

205. G.M. PACIFICI and K. ALLEGAERT: Clinical pharmacokinetics of amoxicillin in neonates. J. Chemother. 29(1):57-59 (2017).

206. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of gentamicin in neonates: regimen, toxicology, and pharmacokinetics. Medical express. 2(5):M150501 (2015).

207. G.M. PACIFICI: Ibuprofen and indomethacin for the closure of the patent ductus arteriosus. Medical express. 3(3):M160301 (2016).

208. G.M. PACIFICI: Metabolism and pharmacokinetics of morphine in neonates. A review. Clinics. 71(8):474-480 (2016).

209. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of vitamin D in neonates and young infants. Int. J. Pediatr. 4, 1273-1285 (2016).

210. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of vitamin A in neonates and young infants. Int. J. Pediatr 4, 1339-1354 (2016) .

211. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of fluconazole in neonates, effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 4, 1475-1489 (2016) .

212. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of vitamin K in neonates and young infants. Int. J. Pediatr. 4, 1611-1624 (2016).

213. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of vitamin E in neonates and young infants. Int. J. Pdiatr. 4, 1745-1754 (2016).

214. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of vitamin B12 in neonates and young infants. Int. J. Pdiatr. 4, 1745-1754 (2016).

215. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of iron in neonates and young infants. Int. J. Pediatr. 1745-1757 (2016).

216. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of ceftazidime in neonates: effects and
Pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. (2017).

217. G. M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of teicoplanin in neonates: effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 2016; 4(10): 1867-1882.

218. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of meropenem in neonates: effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 2016; 4(11): 3925-7393.

219. G.M. PACIFICI: The effects and pharmacokinetics of acyclovir in neonates. Int. J. Pediatr. 4(12): 4099-4115 (2016).

220. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacokinetics of gentamicin in neonates. Int. J. Pediatr. 5 (4): 4575-4599 (2017).

221. G.M. PACIFICI and G. MARCHINI: Clinical Pharmacology of amikacin in neonates. Int. J. Pediatr. 2 (2): 4407-4428 (2017).

222. G.M. PACIFICI and G. MARCHINI: Clinical pharmacology of cefepime in infants and children. Int. J. Pediatr. 5 (4): 4575-4599 (2017).

223. G.M. PACIFICI and G. MARCHINI: Clinical pharmacology of ceftazidime in neonates: effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 5(5): 4803-4809 (2017).

224. G.M. PACIFICI and G. MARCHINI: Clinical pharmacology of ciprofloxacin in neonates: effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 5(6): 5023-5041 (2017).

225. G.M. PACIFICI and G. MARCHINI: Clinical pharmacology of ceftriaxone in neonates and infants: effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 5(9): 381-341 (2017).

226. G.M. PACIFICI and G. MARCHINI: Clinical pharmacology of cefotaxime in neonates and infants: effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 5(11): 6111-6138 (2017).

227. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of ampicillin in neonates and infants: effects and pharmacokinetics. Int. J. Pediatr. 2017:5(12):6383-6410.

228. G.M. PACIFICI: Management of typhoid fever bacterial meningitis by chloramphenicol in infants and children. Int. J. Pediatr. 218; 6(1):6783-6808.

229. G.M. PACIFICI: Multidrug-resistant in infants and children. Int. J. Pediatr. 2018; 6(2):7055-7078.

230. G.M. PACIFICI: Treatment of malarial parasitaemia in infants and their mothers. Int. J. Pediatr. 2018; 6(3): 7309-7341.

231. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial quinine in children. Accepted by Int. J. Pediatr. 2018; 6(4): 7451-7465.

232. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial chloroquine in children and their mothers. Int. J. Pediatr. 2018; 6(6): 7733-7758.

233. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial artemisinin-based combination and other artemisinins in children. Int. J. Pediatr. 2018; 6(7): 7901-7928.

234. G.M. PACIFICI: Effects of the antimalarial primaquine in infants, children, and adult patients. Int. J. Pediatr. 2018; 6(7): 7973-7988.

235. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial proguanil in infants and children. Int. J. Pediatr. 2018; 6(12): 8697-8710.

236. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial mefloquine in infants and children. OasisPub (2018).

237. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial primaquine in adult subjects. OasisPub (2018).

238. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial artemether-lumefantrine combination in infants and children. Accepted by OasisPub (2018).

239. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial artemisinin-based combination and partner drugs in adult patients. Accepted by OasisPub (2018).

240. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial atovaquone-proguanil combination in infants and children. Accepted by OasisPub (2018).

241. G. M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of the antimalarial atovaquone-proguanil combination in adult patients. Accepted by OasisPub (2018).

242. G. M. PACIFICI: Chemoprophylaxis an therapy of malaria with doxycycline in children and adult patients. OasisPub J Clin Pharmacol; 2018;1(1):1-31.

243. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of oxacillin in infants and children. Accepted by OasisPub (2018).
244. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of benzylpenicillin (penicillin G) in infants and children. OasisPub 2018;12:1-27.

245. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of cefotaxime in infants and children. OasisPub. 2019;1(1).

246. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of meropenem in infants and children. Clin Med Invest. 2019;4(1):1-9 DOI: 10.15761/CMI.1000178.

247. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of piperacillin-tazobactam combination in infants and children. Clin Med Invest. 2019;4(1),1-13.

248. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of ceftriaxone in infants and children: J Target Drug Deliv. 2019:3(1),1-13.

249. G.M. PACIFICI: Clinical pharmacology of gentamicin in infants and children. J Target Drug Deliv. 2019;3(1),1-15.

250. G.M. PACIFICI; Clinical pharmacology of rifampin in infants and children. J target Drug Deliv. 2019:3(1)1-15.

Dr. Ahmed Kamal Mansour

Professor of Pediatrics Head of Hematology & Oncology Unit and Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit Pediatrics Department, Mansoura Faculty of Medicine Mansoura University, Egypt
Prof Ahmed Mansour is as a Professor of Paediatric Haematology & Oncology at Mansoura Faculty of Medicine, Mansoura University for 17 years and is currently the head of Haematology, Oncology, & BMT unit Mansoura University Children Hospital. He had a great experience in the management of patients with haematological disorders as well as solid tumours in children. Bone marrow transplantation and cord blood banking are the future interest for him.
Prof Ahmed Mansour is the former Vice Dean of Mansoura Faculty of Medicine at Mansoura University and is a National and International Expert of Quality
Management and accreditation of Education. Prof Ahmed Mansour is an expert member of the National Authority of Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (NAQAAE). In addition, he is an expert member in the Project Management Unit at the Ministry of Higher Education and a Consultant to the Minister of Higher Education. Prof Ahmed Mansour published 30 scientific research articles internationally as well as 36 at national scientific Journals. He is a reviewer and an editor at many scientific journals and reviewed more than 200 research articles for local and international Journals. In addition, he shared in the edition of six books in paediatrics. Prof Ahmed Mansour is interested in General Paediatrics, Haematology, Oncology, Stem cell therapy, Cord Blood Banking, Thalassaemia, Haemophilia, Haemoglobinopathies, Immune disorders, Quality of life, Statistics, Antifungal therapy and Oncologic Emergencies.
Pediatric Hematology, Pediatric Oncology, BMT, Infection control, Quality management, Quality control, Epidemiology
AWARDS
Academy of Scientific Researches and Technology, Individual and Bodies Prizes, His mercy Prof. Dr. Mohammed Fakhry Prize in the field of Medical Sciences: Pediatrics, 2008
Mansoura University Prize for Scientific Excellence in Medical Field, 2011
26 Scientific papers published in international specialized Medical Journals
25 Scientific papers published in Egyptian Specialized Medical Journals
Editor of 3 books in Fundamentals of pediatrics
Editor of Updates of “Hemoglobinopathies” Scientific World Journal
Attendance of 14 International Scientific workshops
Attendance of 166 Scientific Conferences (58 International – 108 National) in the field of pediatrics, educational development and quality assurance in higher education institutions
Chairman of scientific session in more than 39 National and International Scientific Conferences
MEMBERSHIPS
European Hematology Association (EHA) (International)
Egyptian Society of Pediatrics
Egyptian society of genetic and inheritance diseases in children
Egyptian society of Gastrointestinal and hepatic diseases in children
Egyptian society of Breast Feeding Friendship
Egyptian Society of Pediatrics Oncology
Egyptian Society of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
Egyptian Society of Neonates
Society of Mansoura University Children Hospital Friendship
Society of tumor patients Friendship
1. Tumor Necrosis Factor in Children with Chronic Liver Diseases.
Ahmed Abd Allah. Osama El-Baz, Ahmed Mansour, Alaa El-Deen Youssef, Mohammed Zahran and Gamal Sheha, Mansoura Medical Journal, January-April (1994).
2. Serum levels of Tumor necrosis factor –  as a marker of disease activity and prognosis in childhood lymphoma. Y.AL-Tonbary. A. Mansour, M. Abou El-Khair and O. EL-Baz. The 12th international Conference for American-Arabic Society, United Arabic Emirates, December (1994).
3. Prevalence of Hepatitis C Virus Antibodies in Children With Chronic Liver Diseases. Ahmed Mansour, Ahmed Abd Allah, Ikbal Abo Hashem, Mohammed Abbas and Alaa El-Deen Youssef. Forum for the evaluation of anti infective therapy (FEAT), The international Conference of anti infective therapy, Barcelona-Spain, 10-13 November (1994).
4. Abdominal Tumors in Infancy and Childhood: Study of 240 Cases. Tarek Al-Badrawy, Mosaad Morshid, Ahmed Mansour, Ehab Saad and Ahmed Abd El Khalik. Mansoura Medical Journal, January-April (1995).
5. Serum and Cerebrospinal Fluid Soluble Interleukin-2 Receptor as a Marker of Disease Activity and Prognosis in Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Samiha Mohareb, Osama El-Baz, Ahmed Mansour, Hassan Abd El-Ghafar and Mohammed Atia. The Egyptian Journal of Immunology, 3(1) (1996).
6. Serum Stem Cell Growth Factor Levels in Children With Bone Marrow Failure. Ahmed Mansour, Samiha Mohareb, Zakarya El-Morsi, Hassan Abd El-Ghafar and Hussien Ramadan. The Egyptian Journal of Immunology, 3(1) (1996).
7. Subclinical Cardiac Dysfunction in Children with Vitamin D Deficiency Rickets: Biochemical and Echocardiographic Study. Magdy Abo El-Khair, Tarik El Dosoky, Hamdy Marzouk and Ahmed Mansour. Mansoura Medical Journal, 28 (1,2) (1998).
8. Experience with High Rate of Ventriculoperitoneal CSF ShuntInfections in Infants and Children. Nabil Mansour and Ahmed Mansour. The Egyptian Journal of Cerebroneural Surgery, 35 (1,2) (1998).
9. Serum Level of Leukemia Inhibitory Factor (LIF) in Children with Acute Leukemia. Ahmed Mansour, Osama El-Baz, Zakarya El-Morsi and Nehad Shalaby Egypt. J. Medical Immunology, 5(2) (1998).
10. Overview on Childhood Leukemia in North-East Egypt: Epidemiology and Survival studies (A5-years study). Youssef AL-Tonbary., Ahmed Mansour, Mohammad El-Haggar, Osama Salama, Hassan Abd EL-Ghaffar, Osama EL-Baz, Mona Hafez and Somaya Eteiba. Egypt. J. Hematology, 23(4): 715-725 (1998).
11. Epidemiology of Neuroblastoma in North East Egypt over the last 15 years. Y.AL-Tonbary., A. Mansour, M. EL-Haggar, N. Abdelrazek, S. Eteba, O. Salama, H. Abd El-Ghaffar and A. EL-Demery. Egypt. J. Hematology, 24(2): 235 – 246 (1999).
12. Otoacoustic Emissions for Detection of Desferrioxamine Ototoxicity During Iron Chlation in Beta Thalassemia Patients. Ayman El-Sharabassy, Ahmed Mansour and Nabil Abd El-Hamid. Mansoura Medical Journal, 29 (1,2) (1999).
13. Clinicoimmunogenetic Study of Susceptibility to Increased Production of TNF α in Asthmatic Individuals.Mohammed Hafez, Ahmed Khalid, Mohammed El-Dosoky, Ali Shaltot, Ahmed Mansour, Samia Hawas and Nadia Shalabi Egypt. J. Paediatrics, 16 (3) (1999).
14. Clinical Significance of Chromosome Abnormalities in Children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Mohammed Hafez, Ahmed Mansour, Laila Mahmoud, Osama Saad Salama, Ali Shaltot and Mohammed Foda. Egypt. J. Hematology, 24(3) (1999).
15. Cerebral CT Scan Abnormalities in Children With Liver Cirrhosis; an Early Predictors for Subclinical Hepatic Encephalopathy. Ahmed Abd Allah, Ahmed Mansour, Salah Tantawy, Roshdi El-Gamal and Somia Tohlob. Mansoura Medical Journal, 30 (1,2) (2000).
16. Plasma Endothelin-1 Concentrations in Newborn Infants with Severe Perinatal Asphyxia Shadia El-Salab, Amr Sarhan, Ahmed Mansour, Ikbal Abo Hashem, Hesham Abd El-Hady and Ahmed Farag. Egypt. J. Neonatology, 1(2): 92 – 100 (2000).
17. Prophylactic Surfactant Therapy in Preterm Infants at Risk for Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Shadia El-Salab, Ahmed Mansour, Hesham Abd El-Hady, Hamza Said El Ahl, Magdy Zeedan and Shahira Abd El Rahman. Egypt. J. Neonatology, 1(2) (2000).
18. Gene Mutations of Glucose-6- phosphate Dehydrogenase in Egypt. M.Hafez, A. Settein, Z. EL-Morsy, Y. AL-Tonbary, R. EL-Baz, T.EL-Desoky, M. EL-Haggar, M. Shokair, A. Shaltout, A. Mansour, N. Abdel Razik, H. AL-Marsafaway and M. Lotfy. Egypt. J. Pediatrics , 17(4) : 651-671 (2000).
19. Apoptosis and Tumor Necrosis Factor in Children with Hodgkin's Disease. Ahmed Mansour, Samia Hawas, Medhat Mohammed Ali, Bassem El Deek and Eman El-Nashar. Egyptian Journal of Immunology, 8(1) (2001).
20. Divergent Patterns of Hepatocyte Growth Factor (HGF) in Patients with Acute Leukemia. Osama El-Baz, Ahmed Mansour and Mohammed Meebid. Egypt. J. Haematology, 26(1), (2001).
21. Serum Thrombopoietin , Interleukin 6 and Interleukin 11 Levels in Children with Hematological Malignancies: The Relationship to Chemotherapy-Induced Thrombocytopenia. Osama El-Baz, Ahmed Mansour, Nabil Abdel Razik and Abeer Ismail. Egypt. J. Haematology, 26(3), (2001).
22. Serum Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptors and Interleukin-2 in Juvenile Rheumatoid Artheritis. Mohammed Hafez, Samia Hawas, Mohammed Fathi El-Batoty, Zakarya El-Morsi, Ahmed Mansour, Halah El-Marsafawy and Bassem El Deek. Egypt. J. Immunolgy, 8(1) (2001).
23. Overview on childhood leukemia in North East Egypt: Epidemiology and survival studies (A 5- years study) from 1999 – 2004.Youssef AL-Tonbary, Ahmed Mansour, Nabil Abdel Razek, M. Sarhan, Hamed Zaghloul, Osama Salama, Basem EL-Deek, and Ekram EL-Shabrawy. Egypt. J. Hematology, 30(2): 413 – 425 (2005).
24 Lymphocyte Apoptosis and Proliferation Related Gene Products in Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Mohammed Hafez, Nadia Hatem, Samia Hawas, Youssef Al-Tonbary, Ahmed Mansour, Iman Marzouk, Mohammed A El Bayoumi, Mona M. Hafez, Sohier Yahia, Ekram M Aly and Nahla Farhat J. Pediatric Club, 5 (2): 19-28 (2005).
25. Autologous Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplantation as compared with salvage chemotherapy in children with relapsed Lymphomas. Youssef A. AL-Tonbary, Mohamed M. Sarhan, Mohamed A. Shokeir, Othman E. Soliman, Farha A. EL-Chennawy , Ahmed K. Mansour, Nabil A. Mahmoud, Rasha A.EL-Ashry and Bassem S. EL-Deek. Haema, 9 (1) : 91 – 99 (2006).
26. Cerebral CT Scan Abnormalities in Children with Liver Cirrhosis; an Early Predictors for Subclinical Hepatic Encephalopathy. Ahmed Abd Allah, Ahmed Mansour, Salah Tantawy, Roshdi El-Gamal and Somya Tohlob. ISHE Book, New in Hepatic Coma And Metabolism of liver diseases, 5th part, Chapter 34, p. 297, Turkey.
27. Nosocomial Infection in Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit: Results of A Retrospective Annual Study. Youssef A. Al Tonbary, Mohammed M Sarhan, Ahmed K Mansour, Nabil M Abdel Razik, Mohammed S Rizk, Fouad El Quinawy, Mohammed M Ali.Egypt. J. Hematology; 31 (2): 197-202 (2006).
28. Markers of apoptosis and proliferation related gene products as predictors of treatment outcome in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Mohammed Hafez, Youssef Al Tonbary, Mohammed A El Bayoumi, Nadia Hatem, Samia Hawas, Ahmed Mansour, Iman Marzouk, Mona M Hafez, Sohier Yahia and Nahla Farahat. Hematology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) (Impact Factor: 1.33). 07/2007; 12(3):209-18
29 Prognostic significance of foetal-like tyrosine kinase 3 mutation in Egyptian children with acute leukaemia..Youssef Al Tonbary, Ahmed Mansour , Hamed Ghazy, Doaa El Ghannam and Hassan Abdel Ghaffar. International journal of laboratory hematology (Impact Factor: 1.3). 04/2008; 31(3):320-6.
30 Diagnosis and Quantitation of Minimal Residual Disease (MRD) in Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Using Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction . Ahmed K Mansour, Magdy El-Ziny, Osama El-Baz, Ayman Hammad, Ekram El-shabra Shabrawy and Ashraf Foda. Egypt. J. Haematology; (2009).
31 Histiocytosis disorders in Northeast Egypt: epidemiology and survival studies (a 5-year study). Youssef Al Tonbary, Mohammed M Sarhan, Ahmed K Mansour, Nabil M Abdel Razik and Rasha A El Ashry. Hematology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) (Impact Factor: 1.33). 10/2009; 14(5):271-
32 The many faces of Ewing sarcoma: difficult to diagnose pediatric cases. Fouda A, Mansour A, Al-Tonbary Y.Hematol Oncol Stem Cell Ther. 2009;2(3):411-7.
33 Acute myeloid leukemia presenting with a large subgaleal hematoma. Al-Tonbary YA, Mansour A, Fouda A. Hematol Oncol Stem Cell Ther. 2010;3(1):51- 52
34 Puffiness of the eyelids and lips with multiple subcutaneous masses in 2-month-old infant Al-Tonbary YA , Mansour A, Fouda A. Shaimaa K and Khaled Z .Hematology/ Oncology and Stem Cell Therapy 01/2010; 3(4):196-8
35 Not a true tumour, but a renal pseudotumour: a case report of an 11.5-year-old mild haemophilic child. Fouda AE, Mansour AK, Al-Tonbary YA. Haemophilia 11/2010; 16(6):956-8. · 3.17 Impact Factor.
36 Prevalence of HBV and HCV infection among multi-transfused Egyptian thalassemic patients Mansour AK, Aly RM, Abdelrazek SY, Elghannam DM, Abdelaziz SM, Shahine DA,Elmenshawy NM, Darwish AM. Hematology/ Oncology and Stem Cell Therapy 01/2012; 5(1):54-9.
37 Epidemiological characteristics and survival studies of rhabdomyosarcoma in East Egypt: a five-year multicenter study. Badr MA, Al-Tonbary YA, Mansour AK, Hassan TH, Beshir MR, Darwish A, El-Ashry RA. ISRN Oncol. 2012;2012:674523.
38 Updates in hemoglobinopathies. Yuossef Al-Tonbary, Fernanndo Tricta, Amal El-Beshlawy, Mohamed Badr, and Ahmed Mansour The Scientific World Journal (Impact Factor: 1.73). 01/2013; 2013:912913
39 Predictors of anxiety and depression in Egyptian thalassemic patients: Asingle center study. Sohier Yahia, Mohamed Adel El-Hadidy, Abdel-Hady El-Gilany, Rokiah Anwar, Ahmad Darwish, A K Mansour . International journal of hematology (Impact Factor: 1.17). 04/2013;
40 Ewing’s Sarcoma as Second Malignancy after Bilateral Retinoblastoma: A Case Report and Literature Review. Mansour AK, Sohier Yahia, ALWakeel AA, Darwish A, Mahran AM Open Journal of Blood Diseases 11/2013
41 Expression and prognostic significance of livin/BIRC7 in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia . Lamia Ibrahim, Doaa Aladle, Ahmed Mansour, Ayman Hammad, Anji Adel Al Wakeel, Suzy A Abd El- Hameed Medical Oncology (Impact Factor: 2.14). 05/2014; 31(5):941.
42 Spectrum of Beta Globin Gene Mutations in Egyptian Children with β-Thalassemia El-Shanshory M1, Hagag A1, Shebl S1, Badria I1, Abd Elhameed A2, Abd El-Bar E2, Al-Tonbary , Mansour A 3, Hassab H4, Hamdy M5, Alfy M6, Sherief L7, Sharaf E8 . Mediterr J Hematol Infect Dis. 2014 Nov 1;6(1):e2014071. doi: 10.4084/MJHID.2014
43 Optimal method for collection of umbilical cord blood: an Egyptian trial for a public cord blood bank. 2015 Jan . Bassiouny MR1, El-Chennawi F, Mansour AK, Yahia S, Darwish A. Transfusion. 2015 Jan 7. doi: 10.1111/trf.12978
44 Proptosis is a Pediatric Dilemma April 2015 Annals of Pediatrics & Child Health , Altonbary Y, Mansour AK , Sarhan M , Alwakeel AA Abdelmabood S , Elmahdi HS and Darwish A
45 Clinico-epidemiology of neuroblastoma in north east Egypt:A 5-year multicenter study June 2015 Oncology letters . YOUSSEF AL TONBAR, MOHAMED BADR, AHMED MANSOUR, USAMA EL SAFY, SHEBL SAEED TAMER HASSAN RASHA ELASHERY , ROFIDA NOFAL,and AHMAD DARWISH.
46 Lead Guest Editor: Ahmed Mansour, Professor of Pediatrics (Hematology&Oncology) Mansoura Faculty of Medicine - Mansoura University. Email: ak_mans@yahoo.com Targeted Therapy of Childhood Leukemias: ( J Of Cancer Treatment and Research ) (August 2015)
47 Cognitive function and quality of life in Egyptian children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia J Blood Disord Transfus 2015, 6: Yahia S,El-Hadidy MA, El-Gilany AH , Mansour AK,, Abdelmabood S, Al wakeel AA, and Darwish A
48 A Multinational Trial of Prasugrel for Sickle Cell Vaso-Occlusive Events.February 2016 New England Journal of Medicine 18, Project: Pile foundationMatthew M Heeney, Carolyn C. Hoppe, Miguel Abboud, 75 other authors, Ahmed Mansour and Kanter J.
49 Treatment outcomes of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in a middle-income developing country: high mortalities, early relapses, and poor survival September 2018 Jornal de Pediatria DOI: 10.1016/j.jped.2018.07.013 License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 Suzy Abdelmabood, Ashraf Elsayed Fouda, • Fatimah Boujettif and Ahmed Mansour
50 Psychiatric Disorders and Quality of Life in Egyptian Patients with Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura: A Single Center Study October 2018 Indian Journal of Hematology and Blood Transfusion , DOI: 10.1007/s12288-018-1031- Sohier Yahia , Yahia Wahba, Abdel -Hady El-gilany, 7 other authors And, Ahmed Mansour
51 Alternative-Donor Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for Sickle Cell Disease in Pediatric Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis . November 2018 Blood 132(supplemental 1):5875 DOI: 10.1182/blood-2018099-119287 Eman Elsabbagh, Ammar Habbal, Ahmed Mansour, 8 other Authors , and Sherif M. Badawy
52 Guidelines for the management of haemophilia in Egypt December 2018. DOI: 10.17225/jhp00118 License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 , Galila Mokhtar, Amal El-Beshlawyi, Mohssen El Alfy, Ahmed Mansour, Other 8 Authors, and Azza Abdel Gawad
53- Treatment outcomes of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in a middle-income developing country: high mortalities, early relapses, and poor survival Suzy Abdelmabood, Ashraf Elsayed Fouda, Fatimah Boujettif, and Ahmed Mansour .September 2018,Jornal de Pediatria 96(1) DOI: 10.1016/j.jped.2018.07.013 License CC BY-NC-ND
54-Psychiatric Disorders and Quality of Life in Egyptian Patients with Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura: A Single Center Study. Sohier Yahia, Yahya Wahba Abdel-Hady El-Gilany, and Ahmed Mansour , October 2018 Indian Journal of Hematology and Blood Transfusion 35(2):1-5 DOI: 10.1007/s12288-018-1031-0
55- Alternative-Donor Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for Sickle Cell Disease in Pediatric Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Eman Elsabbagh, Osama Abunar, Ammar Habbal, Mohammad Tanbour,Ahmed Mansour , Mohamed Sarhan & Sherif Badawy
56-Neurocutaneous melanosis is not always a benign disease. SuzyAbd El Mabood, Yahya Wahba, Sohier Yahia, Mohamed Sarhan, Ahmed Mansour, & Ahmad Darwish.September 2019 Indian Journal of Dermatology Venereology and Leprology DOI: 10.4103/ijdvl.IJDVL_456_18
57- Intracranial Hemorrhage in Egyptian Children with Primary Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP): Report of 24 Cases in 20 Years. Mohsen Saleh Elalfy Mohamed Ahmed Badr, Ahmed Mansour, Show all 13 authors, Khalid I Elsayh. November 2019 Blood 134(Supplement_1):1080-1080 DOI: 10.1182/blood-2019-122240
• 58-Treatment outcomes of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in a middle‐income developing country: high mortalities, early relapses, and poor survival. Suzy Abdelmabood, Ashraf Elsayed Fouda,Fatimah Boujettif, Ahmed Mansour.January 2020 DOI: 10.1016/j.jpedp.2018.11.005 License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Books
• Role of vaccines and immunoglobulins in immunocompromised persons. Egyptian Guidelines. 9603\2005
• Egyptian Child World Encyclopedia 21228\2005
• Essentials Of Pediatrics' Part I 20006\2010
• Essentials Of Pediatrics' Part II 19794\2011
• Essentials Of Pediatrics' Part III 21472\2012

Dr. Selcuk Gurel

Department Of Pediatrics Bahçeşehir University Medical Faculty Uşak Medical Park Hospital NICU Director Turkey
Dr. Selçuk Gürel is working at Medical Park Uşak Hospital Newborn İntensive Care Unit Chief. He obtained many certificates like Child Intensive Care Course And Advanced Life Support Certificate 2006 Çilyad Ankara, Children Intensive Care Course Certificate 2010 National Pediatric Association Congress, Children’s Newborn Intensive Care Course Certificate 2012, Neonatal Resuscitation Programme Certificate 2008, Neonatal Resuscitation Programme Trainer Certificate 2011, Neonatal Resuscity Program Course Responsible Certificate 2014, Advanced Level Mechanical Ventilation Course 2016. He is also a club member of the Turkish Doctors’ Union National Pediatric Association.
Newborns and Allergy in Child
ADDITIONAL EDUCATION & CERTIFICATES
1-Zeynep Kamil Women's And Child Education And Research Hospital - Newborn Intensive Care course
Turkish Neonatology Association-Turkısh Health Ministry course 2012
2-Current Antibiotic Use Certificate In Children 2003 Manisa
3-Health Ministry Emergency Patient Intervention Module 1
4-Child Intensive Care Course And Advanced Life Support Certificate 2006 Çilyad Ankara
5-Children Intensive Care Course Certificate 2010 National Pediatric Association Congress
6-Children's Newborn Intensive Care Course Certificate 2012
7-Neonatal Resuscitation Programme Certificate 2008
8-Neonatal Resuscitation Programme Trainer Certificate 2011
9-Neonatal Resuscity Program Course Responsible Certificate 2014
10-Advanced Level Mechanical Ventilation Course 2016
11- Children Intensive Care Unit Course Certificate. Turkısh Health Ministry course 2018

CLUB & ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS
Turkish Doctors' Union
National Pediatric Association

1-S Gürel . (2019) Respiratory Distress in Newborn. Aegean J Med Sci 2019;1:38-41.
2. MS Bektaş, F Aktar, S Gürel, S Gülşen (2019) Arthralgia Accompanying Typhoid Fever in Children: Single Centre Experience West Indian Med J DOI: 10.7727/wimj.2018.038. e-Published: 15 Feb, 2019.
3. Coskun Y, Gurel S, Kocak G, Hazar V, Akman I, et al. (2017) Previously Undiagnosed Tuberous Sclerosis Complex in a Newborn: A Case Report. J Rare Disord Diagn Ther. Vol. 3 No. 2: 12
4. S Gürel.(2017) A premature infant who is 30 weeks gestational age with Ring Chromosome 13 and Ambiguous Genitalia: A case report. The Medical Journal Of Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital 57 (1), 60-62.
5. S Gürel, ZE Önal, N Akıcı, Ç Nuhoğlu. (2015). Correspondence of Priority between DMSA Scintigraphy and Voiding Cystourethrography in Children with Urinary Tract Infections. The Medical Journal Of Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital. 55 (1), 22-30.
6.DS Bayoğlu, S Gürel, Ç Nuhoğlu,et al., (2013). Childhood osteopetrosis tarda case report. Zeynep kamil Journal 44 (3).
7.ZE Önal, S Gürel, T Özkozacı, Ç Nuhoğlu.( 2012). Megaloblastic Anemia in Infancy: Case Report. The Medical Journal of Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital 52 (1), 52-54.
8.ZE Önal, S Gürel, T Özkozacı, N Akıcı, A Tekin, Ç Nuhoğlu. Evaluation of Henoch-Schönlein Purport cases with edematous course. The Medical Journal Of Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital 52 (3) 155-158. 2012.
9.DS Bayoğlu, S Gürel, Ç Nuhoğlu, NA Bayrak, M Bostancı, E Bayrak.(2011) Still Important Problem In Public Healt: Nutritional Rickets The . Medical Journal Of Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital 51 (2), 81-84.

INTERNATIONAL BOOK CHAPTER
1-Selcuk Gurel (2018). Food and Nutrition Guidelines For Healthy Children And Healthy Babies. Academic Researches In Health Sciences. April.2018 ISBN • 978-605-288-399-0.
2-Selcuk Gurel (2018). New Theories and Old Treatment at New Newborn Colic. Academician Publisher Scientific Researches Book. Health Science- Internal Sciences October 2018. ISBN. 978-605-258-057-8
3-Selçuk Gurel, Aynur Karadag Gurel. (2018) Stem/Progenitor Cell Based Therapies in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia. Research & Reviews in Health Sciences 2018 Gece Publishing House ınc.
4-Selçuk Gürel (2019) Çocuklarda Resüsitasyon. Güneş TıP Kitap Evi editör: Yavuz Furuncuoğlu
5-İpek Akman, Selçuk Gürel (2019) Yenidoğan Döneminde Solunum Distresi. Güneş TıP Kitap Evi editör: Yavuz Furuncuoğlu
6-İpek Akman, Selçuk Gürel (2019) Yenidoğan Sepsisi ve Yenidoğan Menenjiti. Güneş TıP Kitap Evi editör: Yavuz Furuncuoğlu

Dr. Yasir Ahmed Mohammed Hessein

Pediatrician Department of Pediatrics Tema central Hospital Egypt
Education and qualifications:
• University: Assuit university
• Faculty: faculty of medicine
• Degree: Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery 1997
• Qualifications:
Master of pediatrics from Assiut university in 2002
Research title of master degree
( Acute systemic organ injury after perinatal
asphyxia). Doctorate degree of pediatrics
Research title of a doctorate degree from Assiut university 2017
(chromosomal study in newborn infants with congenital anomalies in Assiut university
hospital;cross-sectional study)
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The Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics (2011) 12, 79–90
Work experience:
• General practitioner doctor at Assiut university hospital from 1998 to 1999
• Resident doctor at Assiut university hospital from 1999 to 2002
❖ work in the neonatal intensive care unit
❖ work in the pediatric intensive, intermediate and critical care unit
❖ work in reception and emergency care unit
❖ work in pediatric nephrology and dialysis unit
❖ work in the pediatric cardiology unit
❖ work in pediatric gastroenterology and rehydration unit
❖ work in general department and outpatients clinics
❖ work in a pediatric hematology unit
• Pediatrician at Sakolta general hospital from 2004 to 2005
• Pediatrician at Jehena general hospital from 2005 to 2013
• Pediatrician at Tema central hospital from 2013 to date

Dr. Sayed Abdel Moniem Tantawy Mosa

Professor and Director of Physiotherapy Center of Radiation Oncology& Nuclear Medicine Cairo University Giza City, Giza, Egypt
Sayed Tantawy was born in 1965. He was graduated from the Faculty of Physiotherapy, Cairo University in 1987, and finished his internship, AIR Force Military Hospital, Cairo in 1998. Then, he worked as a physiotherapist in Al-tawfikia Hospital, Cairo, and chief of physiotherapy, physical medicine, and locomotor system, Ahamed Shawky Hospital, Mohandeseen, Giza from 1987 to 1991. He works as chief of physiotherapy Sarat Abidha General Hospital, Abha, and sports injuries specialist, Sakr Algazera Club, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1991-1995). Dr. Sayed finished his master's degree in 2002 which was titled “Pressure Ulcers Responses to Iontophoresis”, Cairo University. He worked as chairman of the physiotherapy department, orthopedic department, Cairo University and physiotherapy consultant, Tantawy Physiotherapy Center, Haram, Giza. Dr. Sayed finished his Ph.D. in 2006 which was titled “Effect of Anal Electrical Stimulation on Pressure Time Curve of the Pelvic Floor Muscles in Post Traumatic Faecal Incontinence”, Cairo University. In 2007, he worked as vice director of physical therapy for training, teaching, and scientific research, Cairo University Hospitals. From 2008 to 2009, Prof Tantawy worked as a physical therapy director in Kasr El-Eini of Radiation, Oncology, and Nuclear Medicine, Cairo University and worked also as an assistant professor of physiotherapy, Kasr El Aini Hospital, Cairo University. Dr. Tantawy moved to work at Ahlia University in 2009 as an assistant professor of physiotherapy and promoted in Cairo and Ahlia University to associate professor of physiotherapy in 2012. He is also serving as Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner CKTP Elite CKT Association, Secretary-General of Egyptian Association of Physical Therapy & Medical Rehabilitation and he is a member of The Mediterranean Society of Pelvic Floor Disorders and Egyptian Physical Therapy Syndicate. Prof Tantawy is a reviewer in many international journals as the Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy and International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation Research IJTRR. Prof Sayed is also a member in the Editorial Board of many international journals as Romanian Journal of Physiotherapy, International Journal of Rehabilitation Sciences, International Research of Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation International, International Journal of Physiotherapy and Research, and International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
Cancer Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy for Surgery, Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions
Awards
Award winner of the distinguished scientist for the contribution and achievement of in the field of physiotherapy from Venus International Foundation (Center for
Advanced Research& Design 2015).
Professional Membership
Member of the Arab Association of Urology.
Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner CKTP Elite.
Egyptian Physical Therapy Syndicate.
Secretary-General of Egyptian Association of Physical Therapy & Medical Rehabilitation.
The Mediterranean Society of Pelvic Floor Disorders.
Effects of second-hand smoking on lung functions in athlete and nonathlete school-aged children – observational study, African Health Sciences, 2020, 20(1):368-75. https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ahs.v20i1.42. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Correlation between body mass index, neck circumference, and waist-hip ratio as indicators of obesity among a cohort of adolescent in Bahrain A preliminary cross-sectional study, Medicine, 2020, 99:17 (e19950). http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/MD.0000000000019950. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Effect of Moderate-Intensity Aerobic Exercise on Hepatic Fat Content and Visceral Lipids in Hepatic Patients with Diabesity: A Single-Blinded Randomised Controlled Trial, Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2020, https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/1923575. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
Exploring the relationship between body mass index and anxiety status among Ahlia University students, Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences. 2020 Feb 15; 8(B):20-25. https://doi.org/10.3889/oamjms.2020.3226. (Scopus Indexed Q3).
Influence of hand and smartphone anthropometric measurements on hand pain and discomfort. A cross-sectional study, Medicine, 2020; 99: 11(e19513). http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/MD.0000000000019513. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
A randomized controlled trial investigating the impact of interferential therapy on pain, range of motion and quality of life in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain, Archives of the Balkan Medical Union 2020; 55 (1): 47-54. https://doi.org/10.31688/ABMU.2020.55.1.05. (Scopus Indexed Q3).
Effects of high-intensity interval and moderate-intensity continuous aerobic exercise on diabetic obese patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. A comparative randomized controlled trial, Medicine 2020; 99:10 (e19471). http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/MD.0000000000019471. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Examining the impacts of 12-week low to moderate-intensity aerobic exercise on depression status in patients with systolic congestive heart failure - A randomized controlled study, CLINICS 2019;74:e1017, DOI: 10.6061/clinics/2019/e1017. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Comparative Study between the Effects of Kinesio Taping and Pressure Garment on Secondary Upper Extremity Lymphedema and Quality of Life Following Mastectomy-A Randomized Controlled Trial, Integrative Cancer therapy, 2019; 18: 1-10. doi: 10.1177/1534735419847276. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
Effect of 4 weeks of whole-body vibration training in treating stress urinary incontinence after prostate cancer surgery: a randomized controlled trial, Physiotherapy 2019; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2018.07.013. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
The relationship between smoking and body mass index among Ahlia University students, Bioscience Research, 2019; 16(2):1053-1059. (Scopus Indexed Q4).
Secondary upper limb lymphedema following mastectomy responses to kinesio taping application: A pilot study, Bioscience Research, 2019; 16(2): 1174-1180. (Scopus Indexed Q4).
Fecal incontinence responses to anal electrical stimulation, Accepted for publication, Bioscience Research, 2019; 16(2):1167-1173. (Scopus Indexed Q4).
A cross-sectional study on the correlation between physical activity levels and health-related quality of life in community-dwelling middle-aged and
older adults, Medicine (2019)98:11(e14895). doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000014895. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
A randomized Controlled Trial on The Effectiveness of 8-Week High-Intensity Interval Exercise on Interahepatic Triglycerides, Visceral Lipids, and Health-Related Quality of Life in Diabetic Obese Patients with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Medicine (2019) 98:12(e14918). doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000014918. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
The effect of cranio-cervical flexion training and rest breaks on neck pain and functional performance in visual display unit users, Bioscience Research, 2018; 15(4): 3708-3717. (Scopus Indexed Q4).
Laser Photobiomodulation is More Effective than Ultrasound Therapy in Patients with Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pain: A Comparative Study, Lasers in Medical Science, 2019; 34(4):793-800. doi: 10.1007/s10103-018-2665-8. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
Trans-perineal pumpkin seed oil phonophoresis as an adjunctive treatment for chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, Research and Reports in Urology 2018:10 1-7. doi: 10.2147/RRU.S167896. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
Evaluating pulmonary function, aerobic capacity, and pediatric quality of life following a 10-week aerobic exercise training in school-aged asthmatics: a randomized controlled trial, Patient Preference and Adherence 2018:12 1015-1023. doi: 10.2147/PPA.S159622. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
A randomized controlled trial comparing helium-neon laser therapy and infrared laser therapy in patients with diabetic foot ulcer, Lasers in Medical Science (2018) 33:1901–1906. doi: 10.1007/s10103-018-2553-2. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
Does transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation reduce pain and improve quality of life in patients with idiopathic chronic orchialgia? A randomized
controlled trial, Journal of Pain Research, Journal of Pain Research 2018:1177–82. doi: 10.2147/JPR.S154815. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
Pulsed electromagnetic field with or without exercise therapy in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia, Journal of Physical Therapy Science, 2017; 29: 1305–1310. doi: 10.1589/jpts.29.1305. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Experience of dysmenorrhea among a group of Physical Therapy students, Cairo University: An exploratory study, Journal of Pain Research 2017; 10: 1079- 1085. doi: 10.2147/JPR.S132544. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
The relationship between the development of musculoskeletal disorders, body mass index, and academic stress in Bahraini University students, Korean J Pain 2017; 30, ( 2): 126-133. doi: 10.3344/kjp.2017.30.2.126. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Pulsed magnetic field versus ultrasound in the treatment of postnatal carpal tunnel syndrome: A randomized controlled trial in the women of an Egyptian population, Journal of advanced Research, 2017; (8), 45-53. doi: 10.1016/j.jare.2016.11.001. (Scopus Indexed Q1).
The effect of kinesio taping with exercise compared with exercise alone on pain, range of motion, and disability of the shoulder in postmastectomy females: a randomized control trial, Journal of Physical Therapy Science, 2016; 28: 3300–3305. doi: 10.1589/jpts.28.3300. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Impact of Interferential Current on Pain Relief among Patients with Orchialgia, International Journal of Physiotherapy, 2016; 3(4), 450-454. https://doi.org/10.15621/ijphy/2016/v3i4/111063. (Scopus Indexed Q4).
Efficacy of Lumbar Mobilization on Postpartum Low Back Pain in Egyptian Females: A Randomized Controlled Trial, Back, journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 2016 Jan 25; 29(1):55-63. doi: 10.3233/BMR-150598. (Scopus Indexed Q2).
Effect of kinesio taping on pain post laporoscopic abdominal surgery: randomized controlled trial, International Journal of Therapies and Rehabilitation Research 2015; 4 (5): 250-2552015; 4 (5): 250-255. doi: 10.5455/ijtrr.00000098.
Influence of second degree flatfoot on spinal and pelvic mechanics in young females, International Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation, September,
2013, Volume 20, No. (9), Pages (428-434). https://doi.org/10.12968/ijtr.2013.20.9.428. (Scopus Indexed Q3).
Effect of abdominal versus pelvic floor muscle exercises in obese Egyptian women with mild stress urinary incontinence: A randomised controlled
trial, Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal (2013) 31. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hkpj.2012.11.002. (Scopus Indexed Q3).
Efficacy of Ultrasound on Bone Mineral Density and Quality of Life in Females Post- mastectomy Patients: Pre-Post Intervention Study, Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy. October-December 2012, Vol. 6, No. 4. (Scopus Indexed Q4).
Detrusor instability responses to transvaginal versus posterior tibial nerve stimulation, the Health 2012; 3(4): 90-93.
Does Aerobic Exercise Training with Weight Loss Affect Serum C-Reactive Protein in Asymptomatic Obese Peri-Menopausal Women? The Medical Journal of Cairo University- Cairo University, Vol. 78, No. 2, December(2010).
Postmenopausal breast cancer chemotherapy responses antiemetics P6 accustimulation, The Medical Journal of Cairo University- Cairo University, Vol. 78, No. 2, September (2010).
The role of physical therapy intervention in the management of diabetic neuropathic foot ulcers, medical journal of Cairo University, Vol. 78, No. 2, September (2010).
Effect of weight reduction on liver enzyme in obese postmenopausal women with chronic hepatitis, Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy- Cairo University, Vol. 15, No. 2, (2010).
Fecal incontinence responses to posterior tibial nerve stimulation in partial spinal cord injured patients, Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy- Cairo University, Vol. 14, No. 1, (2009).
Effect of low-level laser therapy in the treatment of chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis in postmenopausal breast cancer, Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy- Cairo University, Vol. 13, No. 1, (2008).
Published Books
Rehabilitation for Fecal Incontinence, ISBN-13: 978-3659933929, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, OmniScriptum GmbH& Co. KG, BahnhofstraBe 28, 66111, Saarbrucken, Germany, 2016.
Abdominopelvic Cavity Concept in Urinary Incontinence Rehabilitation, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, OmniScriptum GmbH& Co. KG, BahnhofstraBe 28, 66111, Saarbrucken, Germany, 2016.
Role of Exercise in Menopause 1st edition, Cairo, Egypt, 2008.

Dr. Stefan Bittmann

Pediatrician Ped Mind Institute (PMI) Master of Arts Complementary Medicine-Cultural Medicine-Healing Art Medical and Finance Center Epe Germany
Stefan Bittmann, MD, Ph.D., MA is head of the department of Pediatrics and Ped Mind Institute. Born in Münster (Germany), Medical Study at the University of Münster, Vienna, and Munich (LMU). Having experience in various department i.e. Pediatric Surgery Experience: University of Munich, Innsbruck, Zurich/Switzerland, Cologne, Pediatric Experience: University of Zurich/ Switzerland, University of Witten-Herdecke; Ahlen Ph.D.: Pediatric Surgery, Biliary Atresia, 1999. Master of Arts/MA: Complementary Medicine, Europa University Frankfurt (Oder), Germany 2013, Master Thesis: HPV Vaccination 2013, In Chief Position: 4/2009- dato.
Pediatric Surgery, Pediatrics
Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Elisabeth Luchter: Association of COVID-19 coronavirus and Kawasaki syndrome-like features in 1-5 years old children The Neuroscience Chronicles, Neurosci Chron 2020; 1(1):4-5.
Stefan Bittmann, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon: COVID-19: ACE-2 Receptor, TMPRSS2, Cathepsin-L/B and CD-147 Receptor Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3
Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Elisabeth Luchter: Simultaneous Treatment of COVID-19 With Serine Protease Inhibitor Camostat and/or Cathepsin L Inhibitor? Journal of Clinical Medicine Research, jocmr4161
Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring- Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter: Front-line Healthcare Workers in COVID-19: The way from Elbow-Bump Greeting to Closing Body Bags Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3.
Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring- Alieva: ACE-2-Receptors of the Epidermis, Dermal Vascular Walls and Sebaceous Gland Cells: The Way of COVID-19 Entry into the Body? Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3.
Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Lara Bittmann, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon: COVID-19: Expression of ACE2-receptors in the Brain Suggest Neurotropic Damage Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3
Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon: The role of TMPRSS2 and TMPRSS2- Inhibitors in cell entry mechanism of COVID-19 Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(3):1-3.
Bittmann S, Weissenstein A, Villalon G, Moschüring-Alieva E, Bittmann L, Luchter E: Does COVID-19 Uses ACE-2-Receptors of the Epidermis As Entry into the Body? Research in Pediatrics & Neonatology, RPN.000590. 4(3).2020
Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon: COVID-19-fatality Analysis 3 Months after Outbreak in Children Clinical Surgery Journals, Vol 4 Iss 2
Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter: Treatment Options in COVID-19: The Role of Bioavailable Antiviral Ribonucleoside Analogon NHC in vitro Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2.024
Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Elena Moschüring Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon A Neurotropic Potential for Brain Damage in COVID-19
BIOMEDICAL Journal of Scientific & Technical Research, 27(1)-2020. BJSTR. MS.ID.004437.
Stefan Bittmann, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon: The Role of TMPRSS2-Inhibitor Camostat in the Pathogenesis of COVID-19 in Lung Cells Journal of Stem Cell Research, 2020-04-15
Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alievaoschüring-Alieva E: TMPRSS2-Inhibitors Play a role in Cell Entry Mechanism of COVID-19: An Insight into Camostat and Nafamostat Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-3.
Stefan Bittmann, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Lara Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter: COVID-19: The Importance of Adequate Personal Protective Equipment in Healthcare Medical Staff Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2.
Bittmann S: Covid-19-The Role of Children and Search for Effective Treatment Options with Promising view to Angiotensin II Inhibitors American Journal of Biomedical Science and Research 2020 - 8(4). (MS.ID.001273. DOI: 10.34297/AJBSR.2020.08.001273)
Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Gloria Villalon, Anne Weissenstein: COVID 19: Camostat and The Role of Serine Protease Entry Inhibitor TMPRSS2 Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2
Bittmann S: COVID-19 in Adults and Children: The Clock is Ticking. Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(2):1-2.
Fuyong Jiao, Stefan Bittmann: A new classification of clinical findings and treatment options of SARS-CoV-2 infection in children from China Advances of Pediatric Research 2020, 7:37. dot:10.35248/2385-4529.20.7.37
Stefan Bittmann, Elisabeth Luchter, Gloria Villalon, Elena Moschüring-Alieva, Anne Weissenstein Clinical Landmarks of COVID-19 in Newborn, Children and Teenagers Journal of Pediatric Health and Nutrition
Stefan Bittmann: COVID-19: What We Know Journal of Pediatric Health and Nutrition 2020, published online (ahead of print)
Bittmann S*, Luchter E and Villalon G: COVID-19: The Importance of Mouth Mask and Good Virostatic Mouth Hygiene to Prevent Infection Paediatr Neonatal Med 2(1): 112, 2020
Stefan Bittmann*, Elisabeth Luchter, Anne Weissenstein, Gloria Villalon SARS-CoV-2-Infection in Children and Newborn: Less Severe Than in Adults?
American Journal of Biomedical Science and Research 2020 - 8(3). (MS.ID.001269. DOI: 10.34297/AJBSR.2020.08.001269)
Bittmann S COVID-19: The role of Angiotensin-2 Receptor in Transmission Process Journal of Regenerative Biology and Medicine, 2020;2(1):1-2.
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Thiel M, Kameda G, Hanano R, Längler A: Does honey have a role in paediatric wound management? British Journal of Nursing, Tissue Viability Supplement, Vol 19, No 15, 19-24, 2010
Bittmann S, Wittekindt C, Helmstädter V: Picibanil Therapy for Cervicofacial Lymphatic Malformation. Hongkong Journal of Pediatrics, (new series); 15;161-164, 2010
Bittmann S, Bittmann V: Surgical experience and cosmetic outcomes in children with sacrococcygeal teratoma. Curr Surg 2006 Jan-Feb;63(1):51-4 - Current Surgery, USA; Peer Review-Journal (Journal of Surgical Education) Bittmann S, Ulus H: Tumoral calcinosis in childhood. Schweiz Rundsch Med Prax. 2005 Aug 24;94(34):1309-11. Schweizerische Medizinische Rundschau; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S: Surgical experience in children with biliary atresia treated with portoenterostomy. Curr Surg. 2005 Jul-Aug;62(4):439-43 Current Surgery, USA ; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S: Bacterial osteomyelitis after varicella infection in children. J Bone Miner Metab. 2004;22(3):283-5 Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism, Japan; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Parent satisfaction with pediatric day surgery: a questionnaire-based study Journal of Ambulatory Surgery 11 (1/2), 3-5 (2004) Great Britain; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Der Hydrozephalus-ein historischer Rückblick Chirurgische Praxis 62, 499-502 (2003/2004); EMBASE-listed, Deutschland
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Das Pilomatrixom im Kindesalter Chirurgische Praxis 61, 547-550 (2003), EMBASE-listed, Deutschland
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Spektrum und Erfahrungen in einer kinderchirurgischen Praxis. Elternbegleitbogen als Qualitätskontrolle in der ambulanten Kinderchirurgie
Kinder-und Jugendarzt 34 (10), 748-750 (2003), Deutschland
Bittmann S: Weniger Stress, weniger Wundinfektionen: Erfolge der ambulanten Kinderchirurgie Heilberufe, das Pflegemagazin 9, 40-41 (2003)
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Spectrum and experiences in general pediatric surgery practice: parent questionnaire as quality control in ambulatory pediatric surgery
Kinderkrankenschwester 22 (11), 472-473 (2003), Deutschland
Bittmann S: Die Gallengangsatresie-Therapiekonzepte und Prognose Kinder-und Jugendarzt 31, 149-155 (2000), Deutschland
Beyerlein S, Bittmann S, Bach C, Schier F: Popliteal cysts in Childhood European Surgery 34 (181):23 (2002)
Review Articles
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Villalon G: The Role of Medical Honey (Medihoney) in Pediatric Medical Care: A Critical Review. J Clin Cases Rep 3(2): 59-65, 2019
Bittmann S, Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Villalon G: Draw a Man, Make the very Best you can Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 3.9 (2019): 174-177
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Moschüring-Alieva E, Villalon G: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Pediatrics Editorial, Pediatric Research and Child Health, 2:001-003, 2019
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Weissenstein A, Villalon G: A critical analysis of HPV vaccination in children American Journal of Biomedical Science and Research,4 (5), 307-312, 2019
Bittmann S, Luchter E: An innovative new technique of pediatric vaccination: Take both hands and hold the needle to avoid damage of nociceptors and capillaries
Editorial as Editor-in Chief; Advances in Pediatric Research, Special Issue „Insights in Pediatric Research and Vaccine Pain Management in Children“, accepted 5/2019
Bittmann S: Keynote Forum, 14 th World Congress on General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Sept 25-27, 2017, Chicago, USA
Bittmann S: The real origin of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome in Childhood is still unknown: Does physical abuse play a major role?
Editorial as Editor in Chief; Journal of Clinical Cases and Reports, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2019, Indien
Bittmann S: The origin of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome: Charles Dodgson and his attraction to small children Editorial, Advances in Pediatric Research 5:24, 2019
Bittmann S: The Clue to the Unknown Origin of Alice in Wonderland in Children? Editorial, Pediatric Research and Child Health, December 2018
Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Villalon G, Bittmann S: Important new sociodemographic variables of parent satisfaction in child care: Interaction with the doctor, short waiting period and sweet waiting room Accepted for publication; Research Journal of Clinical Pediatrics, USA, 8/2018
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Villalon G: Does Sexual Abuse Play a Causative Role in Alice in Wonderland Syndrome in Childhood? A Help Screaming from Internet.
J Perinat Clin Pediatr: JPCP-104, 27 September, 2018 (USA)
Bittmann S: Abuse in children: indicator of failure in relationship? Editorial, Advances in Pediatric Research, Special Issue: Adressing the Determinants of Global Child Health, USA (9/2018)
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Weissenstein A, Villalon G: Alice in Wonderland Syndrome in Childhood: Abuse is the root? Accepted for publication; USA, 8/2018
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Villalon G: The first two years with hydranencephaly: an unusual medical course of a male child with a missing part of the brain Accepted for publication; Journal of Pediatric Diseases, USA, 8/2018
Bittmann S, Advances in pediatric research. Adv Pediatr Res 5:9. doi:10.12715/apr.2018.5.9, 2018
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Weissenstein A, Villalon G: A new variante of INF2-gene mutation: Correlation with Charcot-Marie-Tooth type E neuropathy? Accepted, Journal of Pediatric Diseases, USA, 6/2018
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Weissenstein A, Villalon G: Medical honey and the role in pediatric emergency wound management. Accepted 6/2018, Journal of Pediatric Diseases, USA
Bittmann S: First results of treating pediatric wounds with medihoney: analysis of 60 cases. Accepted GSL Journal of Pediatrics, USA, 5/2018
Weissenstein A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Pipeline bandage with marigold essence in pediatric bee sting lesions. Applied Medical Research 1 (1):32-34, 2015
Weissenstein A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Tumor suppressor candidate 3 gene (TUSC 3) deletion correlates with mental retardation in a child.
Applied Medical Research 1 (1): 35-36, 2015
Weissenstein A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: A newborn with a missing cerebrum. Applied Medical Research (1):37-38, 2015
Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Villalon G, Bittmann S: Chinese restaurant syndrome: An unaspected self-experience in a married couple. in peer review
Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Successful treatment of infantile haemangioma with propranolol. accepted for publication, British Journal of Nursing 02/2015
Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Alice in Wonderland Syndrome: a rare neurological manifestation with microscopy in a 6 years old child. accepted for publication in Journal of Pediatric Neurosciences 12/2014
Weissenstein A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Vaccine patches in pediatrics: future or false hope? International Journal of Innovative Medicine and Health Sciences (UK), Vol.2, 6-10, 2014
Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Medical honey and its role in pediatric patients. Br J Nurs. 2014 Mar 27;23(6):S30-4
Weissenstein A, Straeter A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: The role of complementary medicine in a pediatric center in Germany. Forsch Komplementmed 20 (4): 281-285, 2013
Weissenstein A, Straeter A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: High frequency of CAM use among children in germany. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol 18, No 8, 2012, 1-2
Bittmann S, Krüger C: Benzocaine-induced methemoglobinemia: a case study. British Journal of Nursing, Vol 20, No 3, 168-170, 2011
Weissenstein A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Children`s haemangiomas: use of new topical therapies. British Journal of Nursing, 2012 Mar 8-21;21(5):274
Weissenstein A, Straeter A, Villalon G, Bittmann S: Topical timolol for small infantile hemangioma: a new therapy option. The Turkish Journal of Pediatrics, 2012
Weissenstein A, Straeter A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Reminder: How with little effort the vaccination of children can be made less painful. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2012 Apr 20.
Weissenstein A, Straeter A, Villalon G, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Parent satisfaction with a pediatric practice in Germany: a questionnaire-based study. Italian Journal of Pediatrics, 2011 Jul 5;37:31
Case report Article
Bittmann S, Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Moschüring-Alieva E, Villalon G: Heterozygote Autosomal Dominant Mutation of STXBP1-Gene Inducing Encephalopathy with Global Developmental Delay, Atactic Movement Disorder and Focal Seizures in A 2-Years Old Boy American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research, 12/2019
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Villalon G, Weissenstein A, Moschüring-Alieva E: Hereditary Mutation of SLC6A5 Gene induces Hyperekplexia (startle disease) in two sisters: A treatable neuropediatric Disease Frontiers Journal of Case Reports and Images, 12/2019
Bittmann S, Weissenstein A, Luchter E, Moschüring-Alieva E, Villalon G: First Case of Alice in Wonderland-like Seizures in a Mother and her Daughter: A New Sign for a Hereditary Origin? American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research, 12/2019
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Villalon G, Moschüring-Alieva E: Aplasia Cutis Congenita (ACC): An Extremely Rare Case in Childhood J Clin Cases Rep 3(3): 66-68, 2019
Bittmann S, Moschüring-Alieva E, Luchter E, Villalon G: Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma of Conjunctival Tissue and Musculus Rectus Medialis in a 14 Years-Old Girl. Am J Biomed Sci & Res. 2019 - 5(3)
Bittmann S: China restaurant syndrome: an unusual neurological experience due to glutamate Frontiers Journal of Case Reports and Images (FJCRI), Volume 01, Issue 01, 2019-09
Bittmann S, Luchter E, Moschüring-Alieva E, Villalon G: Plummer-Vinson Syndrome as an Unusual Cause of Dysphagia and Iron Deficiency Anemia in a 6-year-old Boy Journal of Clinical Cases and Reports, Vol 3, Iss 2, 2019 (India)
Villalon G; Weissenstein A, Crook D, Luchter E, Bittmann S: Sternoclavicular joint cyst in a 21 months years old child Frontiers Journal of Case Reports and Images, 1 (1), 1-2, 2019
Bittmann S, Villalon G, Weissenstein A, Luchter E: Benzodiazepine intoxication in a neonate by maternal use in pregnancy J Clinical Cases Rep 2 (4):106-108 (2019)
Bittmann S, Hebestreit A, Springer A: Pentalogy of Cantrell: two cases and review of the literature Surg Childh Intern 9 (1), 47-49 (2001)
Bittmann S, Dönmez F, Winkler A, Krüger C (2006) Infantile myofibromatosis in a neonate (German) Monatsschrift Kinderheilkunde 154: Suppl. 1, abstract DGKJ-PS-73 (CD-Rom) a Caglayan AO, Demiryilmaz F, Kendirci M, Ozyazgan I, Akalin H, Bittmann S: Mixed gonadal dysgenesis with 45,X/46,X,idic(Y)/46,XY,idic(Y) karyotype Genetic Counseling 20(2):173-9 (2009)
Bittmann S, Doenmez F, Winkler A, Diebold K, Katenkamp D, Tewes G, Kruger C: Multicentric infantile non-visceral myofibromatosis in a neonate causing hip contracture Pediatrics International 2009 (Febr) 51(1):159-61 Official Journal of the Japanese Pediatric Society, Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S: Calcific tendinitis of the supraspinatus tendon in children Klin Pädiatr. 2006 Jan-Feb;218(1):45-6 Klinische Pädiatrie, Deutschland; Peer-Review Journal Bittmann S, Wieczorek D, Stallmach T, Ulus H: 45,X/46,X,dic(Y)-Mosaicism in the newborn Klin Pädiatr. 2005 Sep-Oct;217(5):300-3
Klinische Pädiatrie, Deutschland; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S: Isolated juvenile xanthogranuloma of clitoral connective tissue Klin Pädiatr. 2005 Jul-Aug;217(4):238-9 Klinische Pädiatrie, Deutschland; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Concomitant pilomatrixoma and peripheral schwannoma in a child Klin Pädiatr. 2005 Jan-Feb;217(1):34-5 Klinische Pädiatrie, Deutschland; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S, Ulus H, Springer A: Combined pentalogy of Cantrell with tetralogy of Fallot, gallbladder agenesis, and polysplenia: a case report
J Pediatr Surg. 2004 Jan;39(1):107-9 Journal of Pediatric Surgery, Journal of the American Society of Pediatric Surgery, USA Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S, Gunther MW, Ulus H: Tumoral calcinosis of the gluteal region in a child: case report with overview of different soft-tissue calcifications
J Pediatr Surg. 2003 Aug;38(8):E4-7 Journal of Pediatric Surgery, Journal of the American Society of Pediatric Surgery, USA Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S: Calcific tendinitis of the supraspinatus tendon in a child European Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology 14 (3), 180 (2004)
Frankreich; Peer-Review Journal
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Seltener Befund im Rahmen einer elektiven Herniotomie: Gonosomales XO/XY-Mosaik bei einem männlichen Säugling Pädiatrische Praxis 64, 271-273 (2003/2004); EMBASE-listed, Deutschland
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Ein ungewöhnlicher kinderchirurgischer Fall: Peripheres Schwannom und Pilomatrixom bei einem 10-jährigen Mädchen
Monatsschrift für Kinderheilkunde, 152 (12):1327-1329 (2004) Organ der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kinder-und Jugendmedizin, Deutschland
Bittmann S, Ulus H: Kalkgicht bei einem 15-jährigen Jungen: Fallbericht mit Überblick über verschiedene Weichteilkalzifikationen Pädiatrische Praxis 63, 103-108 (2003), EMBASE-listed, Deutschland
Bittmann S, Bittmann S: Pflege eines Kindes mit Ösophagusatresie Die Schwester-Der Pfleger 43 (1), 26-28 (2004)
Books
Stefan Bittmann: Updates on Pediatric Health and Disease, Bentham Science
Chapter: COVID-19 in children. 7/2020
Stefan Bittmann, Hanifa Lalee, Checkliste Pädiatrie und Neonatologie
Erscheinungsdatum 12/2009, Elsevier Verlag, München

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